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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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Looking at Saudi Arabia, the study found that 88 percent of centennials and 50 percent of Gen Xers identify as people who play games on their mobile device.
all age groups play games on their mobile devices, with 84% of women and 87% of
"Every player needs to play games but with Yanic it's more important," Karanka said.
That's nonsense, we wrote (yes, we were writing about computers way back then), people will always want to play games. And so it has been.
Hilgard asserted that people who play games to socialize with other players seem to have more problems as well.
Don Mattrick, president of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment business, said in a blog post Wednesday that an Internet connection will no longer be required to play games on the Xbox One after its initial setup, and users can share and play games like they have on the Xbox 360.
Researchers estimate that more than 15 million people aged over 31 play games on their mobiles, with many of them former gamers picking up the hobby again.
After it was all said and done, those who regularly or occasionally played games "reported higher levels of well-being." Those who did not play games "reported more negative emotions and a tendency towards higher levels of depression." Dr.
"I like to play games. I don't like to train, it's boring sometimes.
It has an eight-core processor to juggle more complex tasks simultaneously, enhanced graphics, the ability to play games as they are being downloaded and a new controller.
I need to play games at Birmingham and the rumours can carry on.
Although most teens play games by themselves at least occasionally, just one-quarter (24%) of teens only play games alone, and the remaining three-quarters of teens play games with others at least some of the time."