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a bank check that has been fraudulently altered to increase its face value

a bank check drawn on insufficient funds at another bank in order to take advantage of the float

plaything consisting of a light frame covered with tissue paper

any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals

increase the amount (of a check) fraudulently

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get credit or money by using a bad check

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soar or fly like a kite

fly a kite

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Local authorities have set up special ''kite patrols'' to try and persuade locals from flying kites on hillsides near the landing strip, it said.
Local authorities have set up special kite patrols in an attempt to stop locals from flying kites on hillsides near the landing strip.
Our children were fortunate that their father had all the time in the world for them - making and flying kites, taking them into the woods to look for conkers, hours of picking blackberries with them and going for long walks with one in a pushchair and the other two sharing a three-wheeler bike.
Besides, this is the best hill in our village for flying kites.
Researchers cannot simply float a kite high in the atmosphere anywhere they wish: In the United States, Federal Aviation Administration regulations prohibit flying kites that weigh more than 5 pounds above modest altitudes.
Adults should always supervise children flying kites.
The arrested suspects said that they liked flying kites and would go out of the city to enjoy it but police arrested them at checkpoints.
I think the winds are not very strong today for flying kites.
Despite a ban on kite flying imposed by the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) and Punjab government, the local police have failed to stop it as several persons injured during last week while flying kites in different localities of the city.
The attack happened on the eve of a world record attempt to have the largest number of children flying kites.
Liu Zhiping, a kite flyer associated with the Weifang International Kite Festival committee who will represent China at the family day, commented: "Most of the members in my team have been flying kites over 20 years, some even have been flying kites for more than 30 years," adding: "We are all quite excited about this event, and look forward to putting on a great show in Qatar.
The festival, also called 'Uttarayan', is marked by flying kites and preparing special Gujarati delicacies.
Jehangir, Shehzad, Shoaib, Atef and Zakaria were busy flying kites in celebration of Basant.
As part of the day pupils learnt about renewable energy and wind power by flying kites in the school grounds.
CE Electric UK, who distribute electricity across Yorkshire, northern Lincolnshire and north east of England, claim that children in this region continue to put their lives on the line by entering substations, climbing pylons and fishing and flying kites near overhead power lines.