Play

An important part of the learning process that allows for teamwork, risk taking, creativity, and testing one`s ability against others.

play

1. the extent of a petroleum-bearing formation. 2. the activities associated with petroleum development in an area.

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a script of unidentified genre by the author, catalog, or agent. Sometimes this is intentional; sometimes it is carelessness. Example: 'Mr. Tucker's Taxi,' a play by Leonard Melfi, 2m2f.
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play

[n] - a state in which action is feasible 2. [n] - a theatrical performance of a drama 3. [n] - a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage 4. [n] - utilization or exercise 5. [n] - a preset plan of action in team sports 6. [n] - gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement 7. [n...
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play

A dramatic composition or performance, a drama. ...
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Play

Play intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Played ; present participle & verbal noun Playing .] [ Middle English pleien , Anglo-Saxon plegian , plegan , to play, akin to plega play, game, quick moti...
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Play

Play transitive verb 1. To put in action or motion; as, to play cannon upon a fortification; to play a trump. « First Peace and Silence all disputes control, Then Order plays the soul.» Herbert. 2. To perform music upon; as, to play t...
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Play

Play noun 1. Amusement; sport; frolic; gambols. 2. Any exercise, or series of actions, intended for amusement or diversion; a game. « John naturally loved rough play Arbuthnot. 3. The act or practice of contending for victory, amusement, or a pr...
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1. To put in action or motion; as, to play cannon upon a fortification; to play a trump. 'First Peace and Silence all disputes control, Then Order plays the soul.' (Herbert) ... 2. To perform music upon; as, to play the flute or the organ. ... 3. To perform, as a piece of music, on an instrument; as, to play a waltz on the violin. ... 4. To bring i...
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frolic noun gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement; `it was all done in play`; `their frolic in the surf threatened to become ugly`
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play

noun the act using a sword (or other weapon) vigorously and skillfully
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play

(pla) involvement in enjoyable recreational activities; see also play therapy. the extent to which mechanical movement is available. joint play the accessory movement available within a joint, which is not under voluntary control but is needed for proper functioning of the j...
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Play

• (n.) To perform on an instrument of music; as, to play on a flute. • (n.) Any exercise, or series of actions, intended for amusement or diversion; a game. • (v. t.) To keep in play, as a hooked fish, in order to land it. • (n.) To act on the stage; to personate a character. • (n.) Amusement; sport; frolic; gambols. •...
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Play

(from the article `Beckett, Samuel`) ...cannot be conscious that I have ceased to exist`—therefore consciousness is at either side open-ended to infinity. This is the subject also of the ...
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in zoology, behaviour performed in the absence of normal stimuli or behaviour elicited by normal stimuli but not followed to the completion of the ... [9 related articles]
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[activity] In psychology and ethology, play is a range of voluntary, intrinsically motivated activities normally associated with recreational pleasure and enjoyment. Play is most commonly associated with children and their juvenile-level activities, but play can also be a useful adult activity, and occurs among other higher-functioning (non...
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Play

[theater] ===User:Jvolkblum (2nd)=== ...
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Play

[New York Times] Play Magazine is a quarterly online sports magazine, associated with The New York Times. ...
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play

A piece of the literary genre of drama; comedy or tragedy. It is meant to be read or performed on the stage of a theatre.
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play

a spurt of action that begins with a snap and ends with a dead ball.
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Play

to trap, dribble, kick or head the ball.
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play

the action between the snap of the ball, and the end of play signaled by the official's whistle for a tackle or out of bounds
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play

A dramatic composition or performance, a drama
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play

To strike the ball with a club. The action of playing the game of golf.
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Play

to trap, dribble, kick or head the ball.
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