Wordplay

[UK game show] Wordplay is a game show presented by Jenny Powell and sometimes Jenni Falconer.It aired live weekdays from 23 March to 31 July 2009 on Channel 5 and was axed after only one series. ==Premise== Contestants compete to solve the combination of the wordplay safe to win a daily jackpot.It contains audience participation for the ch
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Wordplay

Word'play` noun A more or less subtle playing upon the meaning of words.
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Wordplay

• (n.) A more or less subtle playing upon the meaning of words.
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(from the article `Performing Arts`) Though several of the 2005 major documentaries featured animals as principal subjects, the 2006 offerings were noteworthy for the variety of topics ...
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[song] `Wordplay` is a song by Jason Mraz released as the first single from his 2005 album Mr. A-Z. The song was Mraz`s second entry on the Billboard Hot 100 at #81 after `The Remedy (I Won`t Worry)`. The song was the most successful single from Mr. A-Z. ==Track listing== ==Music video== Directed by Dean Karr, the video starts with Mraz, hi
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[album] Wordplay is the eleventh studio album & thirteenth album overall by Christian parody band ApologetiX. It was their first album of entirely new music since 2003`s Adam Up. ==Track listing== ==Personnel== ==Production== ...
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[website] Wordplay is a film website created in 1997 by screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. It was one of the first websites run by professional film writers with the goal of sharing the techniques of their craft. At the time, Elliott and Rossio had only four produced film credits, of which only Disney`s Aladdin was a commercial and
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[disambiguation] Wordplay or word play is a literary technique in which the nature of the words used themselves become part of the subject of the work (e.g. puns, spoonerisms, etc.) (See the list of forms of word play for a compiled list of wordplay techniques). This can also mean: ==Film and TV== ==Music== ...
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[film] Wordplay is a 2006 documentary film directed by Patrick Creadon. It features Will Shortz, the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle, crossword constructor Merl Reagle, and many other noted crossword solvers and constructors. The second half of the movie is set at the 2005 American Crossword Puzzle Tournament (ACPT), where the
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[The Twilight Zone] `Wordplay` is the first segment of the second episode of the first season (1985–86) of the television series The New Twilight Zone. ==Plot== Bill Lowery is a salesman whose company has switched to a medical supply product line forcing him to stay up nights memorizing medical terms in order to be ready to sell the line
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[game show] Wordplay is an American game show which ran on NBC from December 29, 1986 to September 4, 1987. It was hosted by Tom Kennedy, with Jamie Farr substituting for Kennedy for one week of shows, and announced by Charlie O`Donnell. The show was produced by Scotti Bros.-Syd Vinnedge Television in association with Fiedler-Berlin Product
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[musician] Wordplay (born Tao Rogers-Wright, 11 November 1984) is a musician/actor, of mixed British and Black African descent. Gaining worldwide exposure as an actor in 1998 through the Austrian Obscuro Gothic science fiction film `Dandy dust` directed by Hans Schierl. An active recording artist since 2006, quoted as being `..among the abs
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