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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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On the occasion, many people tried to make their family members, friends or some unfamiliar persons fool through cellular phone or internet, however, no crashing incident was taken place due to the awareness campaign by the media.
Do you think the tricks you perform in Vegas fool other magicians?
Thankfully I got some nice stuff from my nearest and dearest and also had the various April Fools that come on the greatest day of the year to keep me smiling.
MAE West said: "He who hesitates is a dammed fool," and she knew a thing or two about getting what she wanted.
It will be the first time in almost a decade that April Fools falls on a Friday, the new day for many couples to exchange their nuptials.
Counter to common arguments, Hornback argues that the Fool of the Folio is a natural fool and that the Fool of the Quarto is a bitter artificial fool.
If the fool and the nation are lucky, the emperor laughs too.
The holy fool, however, is far afield of any of these categories, for he is both embedded in society and his relations with others and beyond them.
Bob Knopes' biography, "Any Damn Fool Can Be A Farmer: Growing Up On A Wisconsin Farm" covers the first nineteen years of his life growing up on a dairy farm just a couple of miles north of Janesville, Wisconsin.
From the moment the audience filed in to Yvonne Meier's Mad Heidi/Limpopo and saw Ishmael Houston-Jones taped to the floor, jerking his head up, screwing up his nose, and glaring at visitors, we knew this was a manic fool in the best tradition.
I used to love trying to think of ideas in which to fool my parents and friends.