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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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Meanwhile, the playschool owned by Poonam located in Sagarpur, southwest Delhi, has been locked-up following the intervention of the Delhi Health and Family Minister Kiran Walia.
The defence lawyer finally accused her of lying when she said on the day of the alleged assault she had shown up outside the playschool to try and stop her ex from seeing his children after calling ahead to find out he was there.
FIRST-NIGHT STARS: Playschool presenter Virginia Stride and Humpty
The alleged incident was reported within 24 hours of a similar case in which another three- yearold girl was allegedly molested by the employee of a different playschool in Rohini.
FOR two weeks in a row, a Holme Valley playschool was targeted by vandals.
A DRUNKEN woman was arrested after threatening playschool kids with a fake handgun.
A DAD has raised hundreds of pounds for the Leamington playschool his two children have attended.
If BBC honchos call that equality, it's time they went back to Playschool.
Toys that spark a child's imagination, such as Legos, are always a hit, said Anne Changaris, director of the Grafton Center Playschool.
The tough-edged storylines and snarly acting in Trial & Retribution makes Taggart look like Playschool.
Combining the imaginative storytelling expertise of Andrew Larsen and the graphic talent of freelance illustrator and artist Kate Endle, "Bella And The Bunny" is a charming picturebook adventure about Bella, a little girl who loves a birthday sweater made for her by Nonna that is soft, furry, white, and looks just like the bunny at playschool that Bella cherishes.
Parents reacted with anger and disbelief after being told that vandals were responsible for a gas leak at their childrens' playschool.