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  • n. someone who makes kites


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  • Several, such as 47-year-old Delkhushad Khan, a kitemaker, grew up in the houses vanquished by the water.

  • If "democracy" as aggrandizement of state power is what he wants (and a ridiculous and I suspect invented quote from Benjamin Franklin in the credits in which the ol 'kitemaker says that beyond property for personal use, "all else belongs by right to the state" or somesuch -- no fascist theoretician could have said it better -- indicates that's so), it isn't

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