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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.
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play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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While superficial, his praise for the Bunnies and their uniforms reinforced the growing Playboy brand, compelling editors to also publish Mailer's fiction.
The performer hadn't aspired to be a Playboy model.
Playboy granted Fuller a licensing contract to use all the company's logos and artwork in her paintings.
Through Playboy, I started to learn about a world I could only dream of.
Playboy was born out of Hefner's general discontent with his rife.
Now she is working as Vice President of Global Retail Marketing and Merchandising for Playboy Enterprises and lives a Sex In The City lifestyle in the Big Apple.
Instead the Dublin girl is heading up Playboy's massive e160million-a-year marketing and merchandising empire which is fast becoming a brand as big as Coca Cola.
The vest top is Playboy and was pounds 12 off the Internet.
Playboy.com looked for a technology that would allow the division to standardize on a series of measurements used to direct the business, focus attention on key drivers of the business, correlate marketing efforts, traffic, and attention, and determine value from affiliates.
But probably more than any single development, the success of Playboy Clubs demonstrated the emergence of a bolder, less reticent culture during the early sixties.
During the last couple of years, the words "playboy" and "playmate" have also been at the center of several challenges over the use of trademarked terms in Internet search engines.