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PLAYPeople of Leather Among You (Los Angeles, CA)
PLAYPositive Leisure Activities for Youth (Canada)
PLAYProject Literacy Among Youth
PLAYParticipate in the Lives of America's Youth (Nike)
PLAYPennsylvania League of Angling Youth (est. 1981)
PLAYPromoting Lifetime Activity for Youth (Arizona Department of Public Health)
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And when the play was over the graveyard was a sorry sight with trodden grass and broken headstones.
Sometimes, in the later period, altogether original and very realistic scenes from actual English life were added, like the very clever but very coarse parody on the Nativity play in the 'Towneley' cycle.
When, on the present occasion, I entered the gaming-rooms(for the first time in my life), it was several moments before I could even make up my mind to play.
Madame Ratignolle could not, so it was she who gaily consented to play for the others.
Well, play he would; he'd show 'em; even despite the elated prophesies made of how swiftly he would be trimmed--prophesies coupled with descriptions of the bucolic game he would play and of his wild and woolly appearance.
Then, aloud, she said doggedly: "See here, Miss Pollyanna, I ain't sayin' that I'll play it very well, and I ain't sayin' that I know how, anyway; but I'll play it with ye, after a fashion--I just will, I will
There were, in fact, so many things to be attended to, so many people to be pleased, so many best characters required, and, above all, such a need that the play should be at once both tragedy and comedy, that there did seem as little chance of a decision as anything pursued by youth and zeal could hold out.
No,' said he, 'I do not ask my life; only to let me play upon my fiddle for the last time.
Philip had been very adroit, and it was with a heavy heart that he gave up his winning; but his fingers itched to play still, and a few days later, on his way to the football field, he went into a shop and bought a pennyworth of J pens.
My own garden is my own garden," said the Giant; "any one can understand that, and I will allow nobody to play in it but myself.
Gardener had gone to Omaha to hear Booth and Barrett, who were to play there next week, and that Mary Anderson was having a great success in `A Winter's Tale,' in London.
The play continued for a few minutes, and then suddenly, without any warning, Harlequin stopped talking.