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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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we are told, "The places where they played them was in every streete.
Warner picks East up lame and half stunned, and he hobbles back into goal, conscious of having played the man.
The first golf course she played was Belle Isle, a small par three course.
Works of a pleasing and tender expression, however, are played in a lighter fashion, that is, every note is more lightly stated, and not held so long.
Nigel: Matt Henry Cunitz played Hammond B3 on "Columbus Stockade Blues," and pump organ on "Saloon Song" and "Knowing Me.
I have played in bands that have been primarily women, and that's a small world," says Lovedog.
Schaeffer and his coworkers have concentrated on a popular poker variant called Texas Hold'em, which is commonly played in casinos and is the version featured at the annual world series of poker.
When he was young, he played games with his peers, creating situations and impersonating people.
These games should be played in an area where ample space separates people who are throwing at each other (e.
a subsidiary of Hasbro, announces Q2 2007 as the much anticipated release timeframe of the MAGIC ONLINE III game, the next generation of the most widely played online trading card game on the market.
For the past decade or so, Valenzuela has played a round with seven friends Mondays, except when he's traveling on the West Coast as an analyst on the Dodgers' Spanish radio broadcast team.