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The youngsters stopped with disgust, as Toodles went kiting up the hill, yelping.
The fever of speculation was in the veins of the community before "kiting" began.
MARTIN VAN BURENEDWARD M. SHEPARD
Now you will have to excuse me—the market's kiting, and I've got to watch it.
PETERF. HOPKINSON SMITH
So this afternoon I togged out in my furs, took the jumper, and went kiting over to the Titchborne Ranch.
THE PRAIRIE WIFEARTHUR STRINGER
The ice was smooth and hard, and the breeze powerful enough to send them along at a kiting pace.
This was a system of "kiting" stocks, just as other fraud concerns have been known to kite checks.
He believed that the story of the bookkeeper of the kiting bank was to be enacted before his eyes.
UNCLE SAM DETECTIVEWILLIAM ATHERTON DU PUY
He couldn't go kiting up there to do battle with those Nazi night fighters.
Of course, the projectile yields to the pressure of the powder gases and is sent kiting out of the muzzle of the gun.
INVENTIONS OF THE GREAT WARA. RUSSELL (ALEXANDER RUSSELL) BOND
So he was all ears when Sloan one night gave his opinions on the subject of kiting.
UNCLE SAM DETECTIVEWILLIAM ATHERTON DU PUY

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