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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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In the event of inclement weather, the playground celebration will be rescheduled for 5:00 p.m.
Julia Norman, who works for the city of Meridian's government affairs office and served as project coordinator for Jeannie's Place, says that despite heavy amounts of rain the community came together to build Null and other children of all abilities a playground.
Such playgrounds are widely spread in the United States and Europe.
CONWY Council needs to spend more money on the upkeep of playgrounds.
The return of Playground mode on "Fortnite" will bring back all of the same features, but with some improvements and new additions.
The design for the new playground is based on drawings created by neighborhood children at a special Design Day event held in March when community members met with organizers from KaBOOM!
The exhibition's final vignette will bring visitors into the future, allowing them to contemplate and imagine their ideal playground, and how such spaces can continue to reflect Singapore's community identity.
The school reached out to a couple of companies to see which one could match their ultimate vision and selected Minnesota-based Landscape Structures to work on the playground project.
The originality of this playground, dedicated specifically to children, rests in the fact that it is inspired by the history and the cultural and natural heritage of El Guettar.
In the 1970s Iona and Peter Opie, in their book Children's Games in Street and Playground, reported that games were flourishing in the playground and that there was a local name for many of the 164 distinct games they recorded.
The 6-24 month old, outside playground area is perfect for children who are crawling, new-walkers, or children who are in need of ADA accessible playground equipment.