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  • noun Plural form of playlot.


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  • Farther north, Mrs. Crenshaw and Mrs. Stevens had pressed the Park District into overhauling run-down parks and playlots; work there had already begun.

    Dreams From My Father

  • As if dispossession and destruction of Native lands were not enough to justify opposition to next month's Winter Games, we still have to deal with billions of taxpayers' dollars misdirected into corporate welfare schemes, Big Brother style "security" forces and technology to quash people's rights, plus denial of affordable housing and other basic resources to vulnerable neighbourhoods such as Vancouver's Downtown Eastside DTES for short, with predictable reduction of services in schools, libraries, job training programs, health care clinics, small parks and playlots, not to mention legal aid offices.

    Invisible Women, Good Indians, Taxpayers Like You: An Olympic Triple Screw |


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