Asia Kite Flying is popular in many Asian countries, where it often takes the form of “kite fighting”, in which participants try to crack each other's dragons or cut other dragons. (transitive, slang) manipulation of a document or record by increasing the amount of something that goes beyond the actual amount so that the difference can be withheld unlawfully; in particular, to change a doctor's prescription for this purpose by increasing the number of pills or other items. Captive balloons can be more convenient for such experiments, because dragon-worn antennas require a lot of wind, which can not always be possible with heavy equipment and a floor ladder. The noun comes from the Middle English kyte, kéte, kete (“a kite endemic in Europe, especially the red kite (Milvus milvus)”), from the Old English céta (“kite; bitter), from proto-Germanic *k'tijé, diminutive from *k'ts (“bird of prey”), from proto-indo-European '- (“to cry, scream”).] he kite less influences the greatness the Aire, as the cold and freshness of it; Because he is a bird of prey and thus hot, enjoys in the fresh air; And (many times) fly against the wind, This helps the occasional juggling of goods, gang communication, such as dragons (a written request from one detainee to another) and prisoner attacks, such as face cuts Each bird of the subfamily Milvinae, with long wings and weak legs, feeds mainly on carcass and spend long periods of time; especially the red kite (Milvus milvus) and the black kite (Milvus migrans). Power kites are multi-line steerable kites designed to generate large forces that can be used to drive activities such as kitesurfing, kite landboarding, kite fishing, kite buggying and snow kiting. Kitesurfing kite rig List of books on dragons List of dragon festivals Sea Tails, video installation solar balloon A solar heated hot air balloon that can be flown like a kite, but on windless days. Military applications dragons have been used in the past for military purposes, such as signaling, supply of ammunition, and for observation, both by lifting an observer over the battlefield and by using dragon aerial photographs. The resulting force vector from the lifting and traction components is opposed to the tension of one or more lines or sticking to which the dragon is attached. (Finance, Slang) An accommodation bill (“a bill approved by a reputable third party who acts as guarantor, as courtesy and without compensation”)., Knights in presence] are men specially selected for their rare qualities, know all the peculiarities of their duty, and conscientiously keep their reputation, from years and major international festivals that bring in kite flyers from other countries show their unique art dragons and show off the latest technical dragons. (Sailing, dated) In a square ship: originally a sail positioned above a topsail; later a light sail over the topgallants, such as a bolt sail or a boom topsail. “Kiting” refers to the pharmacy formula the number of pills originally prescribed by the doctor, calculating Medicaid for the increased amount, but providing the patient with the originally prescribed amount. The buoyancy that maintains the kite in flight occurs when air moves around the surface of the kite and creates a low pressure above and a high pressure under the wings. The English word is konate with Icelandic kvi-i (“womb”), kvi-ur (“stomach”), k'ta (“stomach of a fish; roe), Middle Low German (“entrails”), West Flemish kijte, Kiete (“fleshy part of the body”). Rokkaku Cellular or Box Kite Chapi-chapi Delta kite foil, parafoil or bow kite Leading edge inflatable kite Malay kite see also wau bulan (moon dragon) Tetraedal kite sled kite This delta kite has a keel instead of a bridle pull of connected kite types Fighter kite Indoor kite Inflatable single line dragon Kytoon - a hybrid tethered boat consisting of a lighter as a balloon as well as a kite lifting surface Man-Lifting Kite Rogallo Parawing Kite Stunt (Sport) Kite Water also Airborne wind turbine — Concept for a wind generator flown as a kite captive helicopter trapped plane High altitude wind power kite aerial photography kite buggying kite Fishing kite ice skating kite landboarding kite shape (geometry) kiteboating kitelife — an American magazine dedicated to kites. (Geometry) A polygon that is similar to the shape of a traditional toy kite.