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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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According to Skard and Bundy's model [6], a child's level of playfulness is determined by the summation of all the aforementioned characteristics.
This is evidenced, in part, with the emergence of provincial/territorial curriculum initiatives in early learning and childcare across Canada, and specifically the creation and implementation of mandated early learning curriculum frameworks for educators of children from birth to four or five years of age.1 These frameworks highlight/materialize play, and in some cases playfulness, as a pedagogic value and practice.
FIRMS are being urged to encourage a culture of "playfulness" in offices and ensure staff do not work on holiday, in a bid to boost productivity.
My wonderful maker, with great purpose, filled my favorite darling with many characteristics that are of value: extraordinary skill, playfulness, expressiveness; early morning droplets of water from the evenings moisture, collected in May and believed to have special healing properties that men might chew on slowly.
There's a playfulness to the show and the banter among the four leads, but truth be told, it's not particularly good.
Los Angeles, CA, September 11, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Sarah Wallner, celebrity stylist and Musotica's CEO, has gathered some sexy new Halloween costumes to celebrate the whimsy and playfulness of childhood with cartoon inspired outfits.
Former Royds Hall student Uriah Gabriel, 20, will use the playfulness of art to connect with young pupils at a school in Jinja when he volunteers there this month.
For example, personal innovativeness and individual playfulness have been found to significantly influence the intention to use new technology and Internet shopping channels (Ahn, Ryu, & Han, 2007; Bigne-Alcaniz, 2008; Hsu, Chang, & Chen, 2012).
If you put on a sexy outfit and throw this on top, it adds a bit of playfulness to it, and I think that's always nice.
It's been 100 years--when is light coming out of the bottle?" Feder accused his 1982 reader of "a lack of playfulness," of becoming heavy-handed and taking the status quo and refining it.
Summary: The agency prizes playfulness, so an office mixing rustic charm and a giant wall of Lego helps fuel creativity.
Summer doesn't really arrive until June 21, but this is the season for loosening up and laughing, and letting nature, pleasure, and playfulness fill our senses and tug at our sleeves.