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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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Perhaps, with one up front, we are more suited to playing away from home, w here the onus is on theopposition to attack - and we can hit them on the break, with the like s of Leon Osman and Tim Cahill making clever runs.
His team Clitheroe had been playing away at Mossley AFC, who had promoted their final game of the season as a "ladies day" to attract more female supporters.
The 22-year-old, who made his Accies debut in last week's defeat by Dunfermline, said: "It was great playing away at Levante but I needed a run in the Well team and wasn't getting that."
And it shows Ronan's apology to Yvonne for playing away really wasn't only Words.
Playing away and trailing 13-11 at 12 ends the Dean combination scored on six of the last eight ends played with 3, 2, 3, 4, 2, 1 - against a 16th end three and 17th end single - to win 26-17.
GARETH Barry believes Villa are better suited to playing away from Villa Park after two successive home defeats dented morale.
A giant poster to be unvieled this week near St James' Park will encourage Newcastle supporters to support the Blue Square North club when the Magpies are playing away.
He's bound for the Customs House, South Shields, in a show called Playing Away in which he and Jonathan Cohen, another stalwart of golden-age tots' viewing, will evoke memories of yesteryear with sketches, songs and audience participation.
They're the Darren Day of the football league - score regularly (nine goals in last four games), and best playing away (six wins; three draws)!
Then,get all the lads on a coach, drive them up to Betws y Coed and back, check-in, team meal in the Little Chef,good night's kip and,hey presto, they'll be convinced we're playing away tomorrow.
Anyone playing away just because he can is obviously also not in a great marriage and has no respect for his partner.