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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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Leadership When playing with peers suggests and tries new activities, explains the activity well to others, and freely interacts with unfamiliar children.
The family enjoys playing at Detroit's famous Palmer Park and Rouge Park golf courses.
The second aspect of playing off-man coverage is the ability to read the QB's drop for 3-Step.
As a player, playing with him, the guy has incredible ears.
Game playing is excellent self-help for many reasons, but if you are troubled by cognitive changes in yourself or in a family member, discuss this with a qualified professional.
It is also very important that your child has access to water or a sports drink to stay properly hydrated while playing.
Then program directors could stop playing super-DJ, and take on the larger visionary role of shaping the station's personality, of figuring out the boundaries of what it will play and finding the right staff to play it.
Although he did not create a working program, he learned enough about the game along the way to begin playing professionally--which he has done since completing his thesis in 1995.
Free in which playing is not obligatory; if it were it would at once lose its attractive and joyous quality as diversion;
these games might bring back fond memories of the fun we had playing games together at camp.
One child found a large stuffed gorilla useful by placing the child in front of the gorilla and using the gorilla as support; another child found that lying across a large green frog provided the elevation necessary for playing while lying on her tummy.
I enjoy playing and performing a lot, especially when I feel ready.