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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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Which two citrus fruits in the Addiction fragrances help to make you feel playfully sensual?
A brusque but tender pas de deux for Richardson and Malakhov hints at romance, as does the red rose the three playfully pass among themselves.
Eat in Full Colour will 'playfully educate families'
But I think that this is the kind of tradition that should remain in the dustbin of history." Last week Carrie was snapped playfully pinching Boris Johnson on the behind.
In the video, that was capture by an onlooker, small children can be seen playfully running around inside an enclosure while the lion's handler seems to hold the creature on a lead.
Salvador also looked carefree as she playfully posed before the main gun of a tank.
This charming little board book from the Governor General's Literary Award-winning author, Lorna Crozier, playfully and poetically explores the depths of love between a parent and child.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star, 39, nuzzled the 31-year-old singer's neck and she playfully tousled his hair as Kate, 37, giggled at the loved-up pair.
"The family would be laughing and playfully criticising each other, and playfully fighting," he said.
The I'm A Celebrity star playfully grabbed it off the The I'm A Celebrity star playfully grabbed it off the photographer during a shoot for her Baby K range for Mothercare in London.
Paddy playfully Paddy Ashdown has been has been A playfully dubbed the Father Jack of the Lib Dems after a series of foul-mouthed outbursts.