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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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The Motley Fool Cortana skill is planned for release the week of May 15th and will be available for free to use by anyone who has a Microsoft device.
A study has proved that all fools use their thumb while reading SMS, It is too late now don't try to change your finger now it's too late catch another fool
There are different stories roaming about the beginning of the April fool day, but no one can confirm that how the tradition of making fool was kicked off.
GEORGE W Bush said: "You can fool some of the people all of the time and those are the ones you want to concentrate on.
action or tangential, a fool like Touchstone is an active participant.
King Lear's fool ends badly, though not at the king's command.
Some Byzantine texts call it the "gift of simplicity" or the "treasure of impassivity" that makes the fool holy through actions that could be pathetic, burlesque, provocative, aggressive, or brazenly transgressing rules of appropriate behaviour.
The heart of a fool is in his mouth, but the mouth of a wise man is in his heart.
Though I do believe we are not the fools the politicians would like to think we are.
Fools of this type may be called drifting fools or Drifters.
The purpose of the relationship is to help seniors to supplement retirement income without incurring a debt that is immediately repayable and without forcing the sale of their homes, said Bill White, a vice president of Motley Fool.
95/year charter rate), but it also features exclusive access to the investment expertise of Motley Fool co-founders David and Tom Gardner.