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Related to bring into play: in favor of, play tricks, in line with, play a part, overstay my welcome

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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of Madeira, Portugal) assembles 13 chapters by researchers, scientists from industry and academics, and representatives from different communities in Europe, the US, and Australia, who discuss the logic and engineering approaches needed to develop ontologies and bring into play, semantics and how semantics are being used to annotate and discover web services and deploy semantic search engines.
Absolut Revolution, 2003, an installation by Nelson Ramirez de Arellano and Liudmila Velazco, most readily acknowledges the competing influences that the curators tried to bring into play for the biennial.
Go right and you bring into play a large bunker backed by a molded, 10-foot-high hillside lip that curves over the sand like a huge wave about to crash.