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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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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.
After only 2 to 3 color and component design revisions, the church leaders landed on purchasing three outdoor, custom playground structures for ages 6-24 months, 2-5 years, and 5-12 years of age, matching in a blue, green and red color scheme as well as a one-of-a-kind indoor playground designed for children age 2-12 years of age.
The bulk of the project is to remodel that playground just south of the Amazon Pool," Eugene public works landscape architect Adam Steffen said.
In less than eight hours, more than 200 volunteers from built the playground.
The playground is where children learn to -- quite literally -- overcome obstacles and take (measured) risks.
Playgrounds tor Everyone maps more than 1,700 accessible playgrounds across the nation, with features such as smooth surfaces, swings with backs or safety harnesses, ramps to allow access to play towers and slides or sound-play features like drums or chimes.
NPR needs the public to identify more playgrounds, and share photos, info and tips for the ones already in the app.
The Playground of Hope works with local cities and volunteer organizations, such as neighborhood associations and PTAs, to identify areas in most need and find sponsors interested in supporting the project.
Work at Bickford Playground in South Gardner has already begun to transform its two tennis courts into two basketball courts.
Chris Le, a scientist in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, can put to rest any safety concerns regarding playgrounds made of chromated copper arsenate-treated wood.
Tiki Recreation's Tiki Barber said, "As someone who grew up in affordable housing, the playground became more than a place to play.
Three CVS Caremark Charitable Trust grants totaling $750,000 will support the creation of the playgrounds as well as pay for program services at new Boundless Playgrounds in Boston, Dallas and Los Angeles in 2008.