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playland

(ˈpleɪˌlænd)
n
a playground

play•land

(ˈpleɪˌlænd)

n.
an area used for recreation.
[1945–50]
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Prior to that, Electronic tracks Getting Away With It and Get The Message stood out, as did the infectious Easy Money from 2014's Playland album.
The two men go after the girls, but they spring yet another trap and take them hostage as they travel to Pacific Playland in Los Angeles, a theme park that is reportedly zombie-free.
The anchor stores of the project will be a department store (Falabella), a supermarket (Olympic), a movie theatre (CineColombia) and a children's entertainment area (Playland).
Located at Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus, Shirley's Playland will feature an array of activities for campers.
Guests who have checked in to any RWM-based hotel from April 20 and 21 can get a free pass to the RWM Easter builders' playland, which they may claim on their hotel's front desk.
RWM hotel guests who are checked in between April 20 to 21 are also entitled to free passes to the Easter Builders' Playland. Receipts from dining outlets from these hotels that meet the date and purchase amount requirements will also be honored.
'Skiing, paragliding, tobogganing, playland, music show, and setting up food and handicrafts stalls are also main features so the visitors can fully enjoy the festival,' he said.
'My twins had eaten chips in our colony in the morning but they didn't have any problem till the evening, when my wife took them to a playland within the Cantonment Market in Hyderabad,' he said.
People said that local manufactured swings including Ferris wheel, swings, Pirate ship rides and kids' rides installed in the play lands including Company Bagh joyland and Model Mart playland were functioning without fitness certificates.
A closed-circuit television footage from the playland, from where the family bought sweets, and the restaurant, where the deceased last dined, was also being analysed.