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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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Meanwhile, the playschool owned by Poonam located in Sagarpur, southwest Delhi, has been locked-up following the intervention of the Delhi Health and Family Minister Kiran Walia.
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.
The sicko also admitted to possessing 688 vile images found on hard drives and computers during a raid on his family home and the playschool on May 15, 2014.
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.
FOR two weeks in a row, a Holme Valley playschool was targeted by vandals.
If BBC honchos call that equality, it's time they went back to Playschool.
When playschool toddlers are given coloured paper, round-ended scissors and glue and asked to make a picture, this is often the result.
The 38-year-old has accused her husband of physically assaulting her in January 2008 in Anthoupoli outside the couple's children's playschool.
Toys that spark a child's imagination, such as Legos, are always a hit, said Anne Changaris, director of the Grafton Center Playschool.
The tough-edged storylines and snarly acting in Trial & Retribution makes Taggart look like Playschool.
They claimed the club was a magnet for 18th birthday parties, leading to problems of under-age drinking, fighting and shouting and lads lining up 10 at a time to urinate against a hedge near a playschool.