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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.
MOVIE STAR: John Blain admits he and his fellow Saltires are glued to the screen
Blain said there are plenty of well-deserved monuments already for those who served in World War II and the Vietnam War.
There was still help for the pace bowlers, but Blain bowled much too short to make it count, Loye helping himself to two more successive fours before lunch towards the 15 boundaries he hit from 121 balls on his way to three figures.
Mr Blain has lashed out at Fermanagh District Council for their failure to grit the Letter road which marks the Fermanagh-Donegal border.
Blain headed home in the 16th minute from Simon Truman's cross and, a minute from half time, Harris crashed the ball home from the edge of the area.
Fleming played on to Blain, but Twose reached his 50 off 45 balls and Chris Cairns clinched the win with a six.
Blain has more than 20 years of fashion and merchandising expertise in the West Coast market from companies including Macy's West, Elie Tahari, Directives West, and C&C California.
Blain was the Valedictorian, Class of 1937 at Tourtellotte Memorial High School.
Blain, 28, wasn't used as a batsman in the weekend defeats by Bangladesh and Zimbabwe despite being fifth best batsman in Scotland's averages last season.
There is a lot that has been made of their recent form, but I would respond to that by saying 'beware the wounded animal,'" Blain said.
Michael Blain was left with a deep slash to his forehead and a black eye after the unprovoked incident at the Emporium bar in Hartlepool.