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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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By being a certified Sitecore development partner, Atomic Playpen will be able to deliver a full life cycle approach that encompasses the goals of the business while providing an enterprise software platform that is extensible, robust and easy to use, the company said.
Perhaps not surprisingly, most of the injuries (83.2%) involved cribs, then playpens (12.6%) then bassinets (4.2%).
John returns to testify at the Playpen trial near the end of the story.
Tank shock: Page 5 'If Amy had been in her playpen she'd be dead...': A baby had a lucky escape when a tank holding tens of gallons of near-boiling water crashed onto her playpen.
IF you are looking for a playpen with a difference, the Baby Dan version from Blooming Marvellous is worth a look.
The danger is clear: When you stare for very long into the playpen, the playpen also stares into you.
When she won her first contract, for the installation of servers at Navy facilities in Europe, she took her young daughter along and set up a playpen in the computer rooms.
Japan might be a playpen for new technologies in the Vodafone Group, but product strategy is being centralized in Europe.
Since our first experience with blocks in the playpen, we've all come to understand that things can only be stacked so high before the free-standing stack becomes unstable, wobbles, and collapses.
She likes to sleep in a baby's playpen. Who does she look like?