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  • The mountain-biking and yoga-practicing chef said the city's "healthy work-play balance" appealed to him.

    Lamb Spiedino

  • Technology meant you could manage your work-play ratio so much better.

    Go go gadget plaything

  • He possessed a perfect balance of a work-play attitude, which was exactly what the young soldiers of his squad needed in training and in combat, said Capt.

    October 2006 glimpses

  • Stuart Brown: So I would encourage you all to engage not in the work-play differential -- where you set aside time to play -- but where your life becomes infused minute by minute, hour by hour, with body, object, social, fantasy, transformational kinds of play.

    Stuart Brown says play is more than fun

  • The Beijing Google office reflects the work-play ethic of Google's vast Silicon Valley campus.

    The Seattle Times

  • After adjusting for these differences in work-play balance, the link between video games and reading or writing skills vanished.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Suitable contenders are encouraged to apply for these work-play jobs paying from $3,000 a month.

    News on www.kyivpost.com

  • Pasadena Art Center of Design students at work-play, Photo by Steven A. Heller

    Paige Donner: Greening Hollywood: A Future To Go

  • ‘labor’ produces, it also brings together non-disabled and disabled children in a creative work-play relationship.

    Chapter 6

  • Make sure that you’re maintaining a healthy work-play balance and not letting the scales tip too far in one direction or the other.

    Seven Tips for Beating Procrastination

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