plaything


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an object for children to play with

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The ball - the one plaything everyone has, takes no batteries, keeps us amused for a lifetime and can cost all of 69 cents or so - has been inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame.
Catubig's Daisy and Minerva Vier as Lolita Luna, a B-movie star turned sexual plaything to the general, strike home as well.
It is definitely not about being a rich man's plaything.
Australian Manufacturing Workers Union National Secretary Doug Cameron told The Australian that the union does not want the airline "treated as a plaything by merchant bankers and cashed-up equity consortiums.
And has Davie also become Stephen's plaything, his creation?
Don't say it's to slow down the nutters in their cars or on their bikes, because this will only be a new plaything for them.
1 Bursa, Turkey Middlesex, Jeffrey Eugenides (Picador, 2003) In this Pulitzer snatcher, XY-chromosomed Calliope seduces a girl she calls the Obscure Object of Desire, then morphs into medical plaything, underage stripper, and handsome bureaucrat.
It is not merely that the American makers of Barbie have swept away traditional dolls and local culture, but the plaything industry across the world has become integrated, with design centered in the U.
But video games were not always regarded as art--Japanese influence pioneered cinematic techniques that transformed games from primitive, non-story plaything such as the classic Pong to sweeping epic sagas such as the hero's complex journey in role-playing games like Final Fantasy 7.
The space age entered the home as a child's plaything," writes Topham, "but from the toy box it threatened to take over the whole house.
Thou shalt be smitten with all-over boils, thou plaything of Beelzebub
Darren Vinnecombe later told police the flashing light - an ordinary red breakdown warning light spray-painted blue - was a plaything he had used twice before.
BARMY Army plaything Mitchell Johnson has been toughened up by a dinner date with one of Australia's hardest nuts.
The trams, if they ever do go ahead, should belong to everybody, and not be seen as someone's private plaything
June remembers her heyday as a plaything for "sports"--young men from the rising middle classes who roamed the city at night, some homosexual, some just horny and not too particular.