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The girls are out playing tennis.
He played well, though his team lost.
He played for the Yankees before he was traded to Milwaukee.
Do you want to play cards?
He played several organ pieces by Bach.
Gloria plays the violin in the London Philharmonic.
The orchestra played beautifully tonight.
They played the CD at full volume.
A tape was played in court in which he confessed to the crime.
I could hear a radio playing in the apartment above.
She played Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire.
The role of the mother was played by one of Australia’s finest actresses.
The children were playing in the backyard.
Molly and Lilly were playing happily together.
Tom’s very good at playing by himself.
She watched some kids playing with a ball in the street.
Moonlight played on the surface of the lake.
If you play your cards right, he might ask you back to his house.
Because he refused to play ball with these criminals, he was shot and seriously wounded.
“I just have to make a phone call first,” she said, playing for time.
Stop playing games and tell him what you really feel.
He accused doctors of wanting to play God.
We don’t know how many people are going to come, so we’ll play it by ear.
It’s probably OK to eat them raw, but it’s best to play it safe by cooking them.
Her father had never played a big part in her life.
She played a key role in campaigning for equal opportunities in the workplace.
He knew he was playing with fire by encouraging her attentions.