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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.

play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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In Playing with Fire, Lindop has secured his position as one of the most complex and sophisticated British poets of the decade with work that rests upon an understanding of the classical tradition fused with the edginess of late modernism.
Playing With Fire is a fascinating insight into one of England's best cricketers of the last 20 years - and even the hardest of souls will find themselves cheering his triumphs.
Those who think of attacking Iran are playing with fire.
He said: "My record, Playing With Fire, out today, was just to get people to understand a little bit more who I am.
A family of seven and their dog were left homeless yesterday after a blaze believed to have been caused by children playing with fire.
Campaigning fire chiefs are tackling the scourge of arson on Teesside by warning youngsters of the dangers of playing with fire.
A fire brigade spokesman said the incident provided a warning about the dangers of playing with fire.
CHILDREN playing with fire have been warned they could get themselves trapped and killed after a derelict house was set on fire yesterday.
Starting September 18 and running through January 2, 2000, Julie Taymor: Playing with Fire will highlight her designs for puppets, masks, and costumes and her work in theater, film, and television.
Companies putting on Bonfire Night parties for their staff are playing with fire, warn lawyers Dibb Lupton Alsop.
Organizations that use free, public IM systems for business communications are playing with fire.