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  • Projects have included buying kickballs, Hula Hoops and other items to outfit a play-room at a KIPP Infinity School in Harlem and toys that go into holiday bags for children who are patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

    Helping Nonprofits With Hula Hoops and Kickballs

  • He and Bets went out of the room and climbed up the stairs to their play-room.

    Separate

  • "Hallo, " said Fatty, when he came in at the play-room door.

    Separate

  • They fled past the big black cat on the hearthrug and went up to their play-room.

    Separate

  • Things Happen to Ern There was nobody in Pip's play-room except Bets.

    Separate

  • He was lucky enough to find all the Find-Outers gathered together in Pip's play-room, under strict instructions from Mrs. Hilton to take off their shoes if they wanted to play any games that meant running across the room.

    Separate

  • "Thank you awfully, Lorna, " said Pip and went to have a gloomy tea in the play-room alone with Bets, who also looked extremely down in the dumps.

    Separate

  • But in cultures where individual identity is given some play-room, these choices can become highly unique.

    inkblurt · Flourishing, Friending & the Evolution of “Social”

  • Presently some one came into the play-room and said to the

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

  • The newspaper-room at Noirbourg is next to the roulette-room, into which the doors are always open; and Lady K. would come, with newspaper in hand, into this play-room, sometimes, and look on at the gamesters.

    The Kickleburys on the Rhine

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