child's play


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an easily accomplished task

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activity by children that is guided more by imagination than by fixed rules

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Hard to say, since the deaths in Child's Play don't exactly stint on the splatter.
You can also get the chance to win limited edition Child's Play shirts by taking photos at the exhibit backdrop and uploading them on Facebook or Twitter.
As part of an expansion, Buttercup has rebranded under the Child's Play name and 35 staff have transferred over, while 135 children currently at Buttercups will continue to attend.
Comparisons of parents' beliefs about child's play have been conducted.
Fun City, the leading leisure and family entertainment leaders, came up with their second Child's Play Index (CPI) that gives a detailed account of the amount of play time your child should ideally get.
New York, NY, April 07, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Stephanie Azzarone, President, Child's Play Communications, received an Honorable Mention in the 2013 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards presented by Enterprising Woman magazine.
The "Child's Play" series has been inconsistently active since the late 80's, and in 2013 it will be rebooted with "Curse of Chucky."
If MPs say burning tyres is child's play, then these youngsters will be further encouraged.
The funding has come from the child's play strand of the Big Lottery Fund's pounds 20m healthy families programme.
There is also a lack of research done with Turkish participants about the meaning of child's play according to early childhood educators who have significant roles in this process.
Their demo came as the authority's executive decided whether to "consult on closure" of the Child's Play nursery, at Flint Pavilion leisure centre
Child's play in Skelton may soon get a shot in the arm after permission was granted for a factory conversion.
The letter cautioned against relying on "people who lack any scientific experience or expertise" for information about methamphetamine's effects, as when The New York Times, in a February 2004 article, quoted a police captain who declared that "meth makes crack look like child's play." The scientists also noted that no withdrawal syndrome has been documented in babies exposed to cocaine or methamphetamine in utero.
Jobs by Angela Lambert (pounds 3.99, Child's Play) www.childs-play.com A novelty board book for ages three plus.
PAINTING a Jack Vettriano masterpiece is child's play - as our pictures prove.
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