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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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Doreen's drama class made me seek out folk plays like the "Sinakulo" during Lent and even the playlets that usher in the "Salubong" of Easter.
Similarly, in The Spanish Tragedy, Hieronimo's final silence provides another sign of the mystical revelation contained in the revenge playlet.
The Restoration playlet demonstrates Woolf's use of the embedded work to undermine comically the authority of her novel.
Gale's farce is deliberate, and so is Shakespeare's in the Pyramus and Thisbe playlet.
Five ensemble members--Andy Bayiates, Sean Benjamin, Genevra Gallo-Bayiates, Chloe Johnston, and Karen Weinberg--picked presidents' names from a hat, then went and wrote two-minute playlets about each president.
And the sequence of four playlets presented by the Thespians at the LBT is - to use an adjective that has made it into the OED - thoroughly Pinteresque.
9) Instead, I contend that the audience's incomprehension reflects the fact that the playlet is no longer a conventional performance; in other words, the typical circumstances of a performance change.
The dramatic playlet, based on The Lord's Prayer, was written by the Rev.
Jamie Roberts went for the classic salute the sky move while Shane "Marcel Marceau" Williams marked the skinning of Bryan Habana with a curious mimed playlet behind the posts.
The playlet Distractions, which members of Highbury Little Theatre, backed by West Midlands Police, present on request at day centres and old people's homes, makes a one-off appearance on its home ground this morning.
its most emblematic moment the playlet in Kyd's The Spanish