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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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With 10 hours of playtime and an enhanced DSP that stacks up against the competition, it keeps you immersed in the music that moves you.
Playtime was cut from the list of the things to do in Little Rock back in June when the Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration shut down the business at 600 Colonel Glenn Plaza Loop.
The app will be regularly updated with more hot air balloons containing new games that can be added to Playtime Island.
Mountain View, CA, September 19, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Toy Playtime Puppets, a kid-friendly variety show on YouTube released its first video to visitors on the social video sharing site.
AN OAKES school wants to install a special playpod to help transform playtime for its pupils.
The footage totals roughly five hours of playtime, including both gameplay and cutscenes.
French Playtime will be held Tuesdays from 10:30 to 11:30 beginning March 3 and running for six weeks.
Saif Nimry, research director, said: "We are not getting a well-rounded playtime. Children are not getting the variety of playtime they should be getting.
Chad Valley have created the Playtime Pocketbook, an online guide designed by parents, which includes 100 playtime tips.
Islamabad Club and Playtime Club won their matches in opening day.
When playtime involved nothing more than a jigsaw puzzle or constructing a building using simple wooden blocks.