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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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Parents and little ones will love celebrating the holidays together with Baby Santa's Music Box DVD, a playful introduction to holiday festivities.
Active and playful, she is ready to discover all the hiking paths.
Quartet Modigliani, known for their lively, playful performances, will take to the Dubai stage for a performance on October 28 at the Royal Ballroom of the One and Only Royal Mirage.
Their review states: "It's playful, it's funny, it's sad, and it's wonderfully evocative, all warm, carved stone and glowing purple cosmos.
The parrots, they report in Current Biology, have a distinct "play call" that puts other parrots who hear it in a playful mood.
While the EYLF and the EYFS provide broad frameworks that guide early childhood educators' decision making, DAP outlines specific principles of child development and learning that include examples of playful activities for consideration.
Playful learning may sound frivolous--especially for those who work in school settings where many children enter kindergarten behind their same-age peers.
This book invites teachers of young children to reflect on playful learning, guided play, and discovery learning, and how teachers can facilitate children's play competence.
as 2013 Playful City USA communities for their efforts to give children the childhood they deserve by providing ample opportunities for play.
Colorful Quilts for Playful Kids provides a fine examination of quilt designs and themes with kids in mind, and offers some fourteen projects with dozens of 'mix and match' ideas.
Hailed as Aldo's more affordable trend driven sister, the Call It Spring collections are playful, fashion forward and influenced by the music scene.
The second group reads an alternate scenario in which Sue greets the seller by smiling warmly, looking the seller up and down, touching the seller's arm, and saying, "You're even more charming than over email," followed by a playful wink and asking, "What's your best price?