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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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The fearsome linebacker had a team-high 17 tackles as Baltimore KO'd Denver on Sunday and defensive end Arthur Jones said: "You'd think he was 21, flying around out there, making plays. I told him to stay a few more years."
He was making plays back then, and he's still making plays the same way.
Lydia Diamond is right when she says he left his legacy of respect for making plays in the "bones" of the Chicago theatre community: Those few readings at Dramatists taught me so much about the astounding process of what goes into a play before it gets into the actor's hands.
It's a culmination of guys making plays and me feeling comfortable.
"I am definitely more comfortable in my game, being more versatile and making plays for the team wherever they put me," he said.
'But guys are used to playing down the stretch and making plays, and they did that both on offense and defense.'
'It has been proven, as evidence by our partnership with Nestle that when women take charge and control of their financial circumstances their decision making plays a key role in graduating their families out of poverty.
"Nic extended the play and good things happen with his feet, either running it, or getting outside the pocket making plays down the field throwing the football," Hill said.
Mitch Trubisky of the Bears was mocked by many but the quarterback is making plays and is helped by a defence which is wreaking havoc.