play an importantHe says the two companies will form a strong group which will play an important part on the international stage.
play downEgon Zehnder consultants tend to play down the headhunter image, now freely accepted by most of the Big Four's directors, and see themselves, like their European colleagues, as management consultants.
able to playYou will not be able to play much with the children (or anyone else for that matter!) without becoming weary.
want to playI heard Cortot play several concerts after the war, and these made me more aware than ever how important it is to give every ounce of yourself to Chopin if you want to play him well!
play a majorThe great man might expect to play a major part in the design of the building, as Maxwell did when the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge was built following his appointment in 1871, as the first professor of experimental physics.
play footballWe used to play football in the office.
have to playIn Durham County B Hebburn (148 7+160) have to play Shildon in their last game while Spennymoor are closely on their heels on 48+150 and they have to play Consett to decide the championship.
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role to playGPs have a vital role to play in health promotion.
part to playIn sheltered housing the warden has a very important part to play.
play a keyWidely regarded as the ANC's most able negotiator, he was expected to play a key role in talks with the government.