Kite: A Bird Forbidden As Food
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Leviticus 11:14
And the vulture, and the kite after his kind;
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Deuteronomy 14:13
And the glede, and the kite, and the vulture after his kind,
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Whether There was any Reasonable Cause for the Ceremonial ...
... flies at a great height, pride is forbidden: in the ... The kite, which is full of cunning,
denotes those who ... The ostrich which, though a bird, cannot fly, and is ...
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On Sin and Its Kinds
... or of His Church saying it is sinful to fly a kite? ... leather from the ox, feathers
from the bird, etc. ... comes under the Tenth Commandment, and is forbidden by it ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/kinkead/baltimore catechism no 4/lesson 6 on sin and.htm

A Compendious view of the Christian Life.
... Further, He says: "Thou art not to eat a kite or swift-winged ravenous bird, or
an ... plays that are full of scurrility and of abundant gossip, be forbidden. ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... a viper, a vulture, a stork, a kite, or the ... every stone, every animal whether reptile,
bird, or fish ... the eating of the unclean was forbidden, otherwise the term ...
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The Pilgrim's Progress
... of a greater bulk: yea, with delight, Say, My lark's leg is better than a kite. ...
Christiana said, What a disparagement is it to such a little pretty bird as the ...
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