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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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Family playtime is so important not only for instilling healthy habits, but also building bonds and creating lasting memories together," said Sofia Colucci, marketing director for Quaker Foods North America.
Social entertainment and picnics and meeting friends were already at marginal 7 per cent of children's playtime in 2013.
Jenni Falconer, presenter and celebrity mum who fronted the guide, said: "It's been a joy to work with Chad Valley and introduce the Playtime Pocketbook.
In the second match, Playtime Club beat Jinnah Club by 4-1.
The new DF&A officer assigned to the case filed the lien against Playtime, Boothe said.
Cloud Nine is delighted to dedicate the coming production of Playtime to his memory.
When I was at school we made a noise every playtime and the school was surrounded by houses.
While news of the playtime blues and the computer's ability to allow the generations to intersect and communicate was being broadcast, another piece of valuable research has shown a way forward towards a family activity which ticks all the boxes.
GIVING BACK: PLAYTIME has financially supported Brent's Place with company-sponsored teams running in their annual Kids Cure For Cancer event.
The full integration of Playtime into Mediator 4 provides advanced broadcast automation functions that help broadcasters and service providers publish content for a wide variety of distribution channels.
The Playtime Nursery in Rectory Road, which looks after nearly a hundred infants aged three months to five years, was graded outstanding in all areas by a team from the early years watchdogs.
Summary: Egyptian actress Somayah Al Khashab revealed that she misses her childhood, especially the days that were filled with playtime and no responsibilities