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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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Close on its heels came the sexual assault cases at playschools in Rohini and Harinagar.
The parents of the victim stated that she was raped along with two or three playschool mates.
Louise Parry, chairwoman at the playschool said "As a small local charity, we are always very grateful for donations and support for playschool.
Part-time shop worker Sharon Farmer, 30, whose three year-old son Cian attended the playschool, said: 'He was settled at the centre and liked going there.'
There's a beach in there somewhere the fiats square and block- like the Playschool house layered like a cake layered like the
| Pictured with the guy are Flint High school students, Jack Burrows, Benjamin Edwards, Ellie O'Connor, Grace Roberts and Sophia Costa, at Rhiwlas Care Home with residents Lisa Parry, Clonmel Dawson and Marjorie Smith, and Dawn Edwards, Activities Officer CRAIG-Y-DON PLAYSCHOOL CRAIG-Y-DON Playschool members are celebrating after receiving PS1,000 from Vodafone UK.
The last winner to have contested the Hennessy was Playschool in 1987.
The court heard the four-year-old, who had special needs, was afraid to go back to the playschool she attended.
DELHI has been shamed again, with a three- year- old girl being sexually assaulted by the son of a playschool owner in West Delhi's Harinagar.
Minnie the pony was the star attraction at a spring fair held by Quarry Hill Playschool, Waterloo, in May 1992.
He said: "Liam is doing really well, we crossed another milestone this week when he ate his first cooked meal - and he fed himself in playschool - for the first time since late last year.
When playschool toddlers are given coloured paper, round-ended scissors and glue and asked to make a picture, this is often the result.