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The plan was to utilize kites attached to their harnesses to help aid locomotion, effectively towing them across the frozen landscape.

The other interesting thing to know about this particular Thanksgiving is that I’m in love – dizzying, heart palpitating, feeling high as a kite love.

It was an odd-looking thing, essentially an oval kite, quite a bit longer than it was wide, and lacking—as birds did—a fin or rudder to keep it pointed in the right direction.

The science behind how an aircraft glidesBy Peter Garrison/Flying MagSeptember 3, 2020Popular Science

On most Saturdays and Sundays, we usually head up into the mountains, go for a hike, fly a kite, splash around in a stream maybe.

A speeding racecar, a flying kite, a kid cruising along on rollerblades — they all have momentum.

When we went into the war we had never built a windlass for a kite balloon.

And the glede, and the kite, and the vulture after his kind.

The Romance of NamesErnest Weekley

The full force of the breeze filled the kite and carried them along at not less than ten miles an hour.

The Giant of the NorthR.M. Ballantyne

The brown fish-owl (Ketupa ceylonensis) is a bird almost as large as a kite.

He consented, and being admitted into the cote waited for the Kite, whom he fell upon and devoured.

Fantastic FablesAmbrose Bierce

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