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blain

(blān)
n.
A skin swelling or sore; a blister; a blotch.
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Among the first things the academy plans to do is reach out to people living in the Goshen area to introduce people to the school, Blain said.
Blain, who missed Scotland's opening three games through injury, is confident he will now be fit for the remainder of the tournament.
But Dewald Nel (3-43) struck twice in two overs then Blain wiped out the tail to bowl out Jeroen Smits' side for 190.
Nel ended the stand at 73 with Borren caught by Blain at long-on for 29.
Blain, who goes to Bishop of Llandaff High School, plays for Cardiff United and his favourite City stars are Graham Kavanagh and Robert Earnshaw.
In the introduction Blain offers a compelling rationale for the unusual form of her "rescue attempt": "It seemed to me that it might be hard to justify producing a book-length critical study of a writer whose works are not available in print outside major research collections; equally, the bald reprinting of an anthology gathered from her collected prose works and poems might fail to reach new readers who are quite uninformed as to the circumstances of her life" (10).
Blain says all of King's opticians are required to take inhouse customer service training in addition to being licenced opticians.
The rapid need for North American operators to deploy reliable and established microwave radio solutions has required us to seek highly-skilled, knowledgeable sales professionals to heighten NEC's visibility," said Bruce Blain.
Major organization : COMMUNAUTEe DE COMMUNES DE LA REeGION DE BLAIN
It is a relief to know that, if needed, our team is prepared to respond," says Jane Blain Gilbertson, co-owner of Blain's Farm and Fleet stores.
Michael Blain was diverting electricity to power the growth of 27 cannabis plants in one of his bedrooms.
Blain, who created the statue with his wife, Debra, confirmed the news yesterday.