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Synonyms for kite

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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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With many waist-deep warm blue water lagoons to learn and kite in, Egypt is a dream destination for kiters of all levels, from complete beginners to professional kitesurfers on training camps.
v The term gender-based violence, rather than violence against women, is used in this article because it acknowledges that gender relations are imbued with asymmetrical distributions of" power and to reflect a more trans-inclusive term (O'Toole, Schiffman, Kiter Edwards, 2007).
Kiter On Tramore Beach from Donegal's Sinead Magill was named the most popular picture from an Ulster entrant.
A kiter since he was six (he's now 71) Ray hasn't missed the island's annual kite festival for the last 12 years.
Heat Content of Various Energy Commodities in Taiwan Electricity 1 kWh = 2236 kcal Imported Steam Coal 1 kg = 6400 kcal Fuel Oil 1 kg = 9200 kcal LPG 1 kg = 11,900 kcal Nature Gas 1 [m.sup.3] = 8800 kcal Diesel Oil 1 kiter = 8800 kcal LNG 1 [m.sup.3] = 9900 kcal Steam 1000 kg/ [mm.sup.2]G 1 ton = 664,364 kcal Steam 1200 kg/ [mm.sup.2]G 1 ton = 665,727 kcal Steam 2000 kg/ [mm.sup.2]G 1 ton = 668,547 kcal Steam 6000 kg/ [mm.sup.2]G 1 ton = 668,786 kcal The relationship between the SEC and the capacity utilization of a fab was described as the power law equation:
So perhaps our kiter had been using the Footlocker bag for his lunch the next day?