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Kiting

The unlawful practice of drawing checks against a bank account containing insufficient funds to cover them, with the expectation that the necessary funds will be deposited before such checks are presented for payment.

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The kites are designed to be able to produce four kW, which corresponds to the consumption of five Danish households.
Since last night, the police started cracking down on rooftop kite flyers by locking in on them from camera-fitted drones which fly throughout the day and night.
All the festivity has gone with its colors when some kite flyers used chemical mixed sharp strings that were responsible for slit throats of people including bikers and others used copper wires to fly kites that ultimately resulted not only in slit throats but electrocution of the flyers.
One of the team raided a place in Naiabadi at Alipur and nabbed a man for selling kites. The police recovered 160 kites and glass-coated strings from him.
A trio of early American teachers in the late 1880s thought they would try their hand at flying kites. They were confident of their skills ?
Naseerabad police also recovered 600 kites and 20 string
Experts from the Chicago Fire Kite Team and the Kite Society of Illinois were on hand offering demonstrations of skilled maneuvers and precision kite flying.
The police stations have put to display posters in their respective areas to create awareness among the people against kite flying and use of chemical string .
I expect that is one reason why kites became extinct in both Scotland and England nearly 150 years ago.
Kites of all shapes and sizes will be flown and the main competition involves a battle of kite-flying skills with the aim of cutting the strings of rivals, bringing down their kites and remaining the only one in the sky.
When he's not competing, Davis travels to festivals around the country to show off his kites. "People just love watching them," he says.
HELIUM TANKS If you start out a day with plenty of wind to fly kites but the wind diminishes or stops during your trip, having a helium tank on board will allow you to fill your helium balloons while out on the water instead of return to port to buy an inflated balloon at a tackle store or marina.