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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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Playing With Fire is a fascinating insight into one of England's best cricketers of the last 20 years - and even the hardest of souls will find themselves cheering his triumphs.
I saw the children playing with fire which spread to the wall,' said Tumapon.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A prominent Lebanese writer underlined that disintegration of Iraq will not benefit Turkey at all, adding that Ankara' military intervention in Mosul means playing with fire.
Hacker: Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) is playing with fire.
State-run Press TV later quoted him as warning that an attack on Iran would be playing with fire, but also saying it was unlikely.
Pupils from Ridgeway Primary School, South Tyneside, have been learning about the dangers of playing with fire and the seriousness of making hoax calls by acting out mock 999 calls.
Britney Spears' desperate husband wrote a double-page article in the New York Post to promote panned debut album, Playing With Fire.
As if to show he wasn't really playing with fire, Westbrook got Izturis to ground into another double play in the eighth with Figgins on first.
Tinkering with the emergency services as shown by the recent crisis in the Welsh Ambulance Service could be playing with fire.
A family of seven and their dog were left homeless yesterday after a blaze believed to have been caused by children playing with fire.