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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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They were prepared with Camtasia Studio - http://www.camtasia.com/ - and played back via Flash - http://www.macromedia.com.
To see whether such distinctions matter, the researchers played back alarm calls to chickadees when no predator was in sight.
Musical scores are authored in Sibelius or Sibelius G7 software and can be played back via the free Sibelius Scorch download, which lets users view, play and print Sibelius scores over the Internet.
The Rio Carbon for Japan is the world's first player to contain Seagate's 5GB one-inch hard drive, apparently giving Rio liberty to call the player the "lightest in its class." MP3, WMA (with DRM, too) and Audible files can all be played back, and files can be transferred via a variety of methods.
In addition, users of Toshiba's Media Center Edition PCs will be able to use Sonic PrimeTime to easily burn TV shows and other video content to DVDs that can be played back on any of the hundreds of millions of set-top and PC-based DVD players worldwide.
Users can view images of parts over a sequence of cycles, either individually or played back as an animation sequence, to identify a problem in the molding process.
Screen shots can be captured, combined into a presentation and played back in a slideshow format.