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- v. To take part in a charade, deception, or practical joke
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- v. cooperate or pretend to cooperate
- v. perform an accompaniment to
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Let him play along with Bertram’s-no, Hector’s-fancy.
Because consumers play along and value the brand so highly, the balance of power along the supply chain has shifted from the manufacturers to the brands and retailers who are sometimes but not always the same entity: at the Nike store, Nike is both brand and retailer, but if the Nike shoe is sold at Nordstrom’s, then they’re separate.
‘Well, if we play along for the moment with Mike’s theory, what could he