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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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Critique: Illustrated throughout with black/white photography, "Play Ball!" is impressively informative and will prove to be particular interest parents, former players and coaches, as well as fans of Little League Baseball, general baseball enthusiasts.
"This kind of event and the Play Ball Fund are investing in our community's children."
Four Seasons Hotels Inc, a Canada-based company that manages 80 luxury hotels and resorts in 30 countries, has announced its Play Ball promotion from Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North, in Troon North, Arizona, US.
Her recall off lead is excellent and she will play ball for hours, proving she is good fun.
"They're playing ball, the kids want to play ball and the parents want their kids to play ball.
'Snail Tails "Let's Play Ball!" is an imaginative story about Sanford the snail and his family who live in two worlds, outside (their shells) and inside.
1 : a brief period for relaxation between work periods <The students play ball at recess.>
They were ordered not to swear or shout, verbally abuse, threaten, harass or intimidate people, play ball games in Drayton Close, cause damage to property or throw stones or other objects at properties.
Baseball fans will readily recognize the name of Joe Garagiola, both a player and a reporter on the sport; so JUST PLAY BALL is certain to be a top pick for any collection strong in baseball history.
The Indians forfeited going on the warpath before the reservation period to play ball and serve in the Army.
attorneys told Katie Couric he lost his job because he "did not play ball" with powerful Republicans.
"While I respect the other team and recognize that there is another team and they too play ball, I am not interested in playing for the other team."