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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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Play Smart, Play Safe was launched during National Playground Safety Week beginning April 24 and received rave reviews from teachers.
who partnered with Mark Fritze, a marine mechanic, to develop the Play Safe technology.
Would we get a performer who'd play safe with a show crammed full of instantly accessible material?
Do you play safe with tested standards, or try to show your unique qualities with fresh creations?
Don't bring woods to save your back, keep moving but play safe, don't take practice swings to save your strength, pace yourself, play out-of-bounds shots as a two-stroke penalty and hit the second shot from where first went out.
How to play safe outdoors Check parks and playgrounds for rubbish or dog mess, hard surfaces and look out for traffic hazards.
A blue cheese is happy only in the company of an assertive dessert wine, but it's better to play safe and not have one on your menu.
However, when Ranbir was enquired about the speculation, the actor chose to play safe.
To play safe, advice from the Department of Health is that pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant should not drink at all.
Climbing into a yellow taxi cab for the first time I was greeted by the words: "Hi, this is Vinny Testaverde, quarterback for the New York Jets, and I'm here to tell you that winners play safe by always fastening their seat belts in the back of a cab.
SANDI THOM Merchants & Thieves (Guardian Angels) SHE landed a major record deal by playing webcast gigs in a basement, was touted as the next big thing, topped the charts with I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker, and was dumped after disagreeing with label bosses who just wanted her to play safe chart pop.
A project called Play Safe, Stay Safe is being carried out to teach pupils about potential dangers and give them the opportunity to try out protective clothing and get up close to barriers.