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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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One of their favorite courses is the celebrated Pebble Beach golf course, which Woodard also played during a PGA tour.
In measures 36-43, an intimate duet between a soprano and a tenor voice could be played slightly slower than the surrounding more energetic passages (Example 12).
We've played a fair number of shows with the opposite of that audience, so it's a treat when we get a good show.
10) Al-Ani's popularity increased when he played the leading role in one of the first and most successful Iraqi movies, Sa'id Effendi (Mr.
For example, can the contrabassoon part be played up an octave?
After that I always knew where the UGA tournaments were being played," says Brown, who eventually moved to Detroit to be closer to the action.
Go-Moku (or five-in-a-row), which is played on a 19-by-19 square grid, is also a guaranteed win for the savvy player moving first.
FV: No, the only sports I played were baseball and soccer.
The respondents were proficient musicians who, on average, had played their instruments for thirty-six years and continued to play for seven hours per week.
He played at Tuskegee College and later won three National Negro Amateur Championships before dying of cancer in 1967.
Our first priority was to get a functional program that played a halfway decent game," Schaeffer says.