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blain

(blān)
n.
A skin swelling or sore; a blister; a blotch.
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"It is worth a trip to see a Blain's Farm & Fleet if you have never visited one," Kilmer said.
Blain said she's excited about networking with other law enforcement agencies.
Blain has also researched the Charleston, South Carolina, mass murders.
Roland organized the family reunions every year at the Blain Farmstead.
Segundo Blain (2011b), embora o modelo tenha indicado um aumento medio nos valores de Tminabs (1890-2010), nao foi possivel concluir que a regiao de Campinas esta atualmente livre da ocorrencia de geadas.
Ms Blain chose the name Cocoon because of her clinic's ability to keep customers feeling relaxed and calm.
Boys' singles: B Mellish beat M Phizacklea 21-16, 15-21, 21-19; T Appleyard beat J Blain 21-18, 19-21, 22-20; J Foster beat A Robinson 26-24, 21-15; D Conway beat C Allinson 21-9, 21-11.
Blain walked out for "personal reasons" but the World Cup technical committee have allowed Scotland to draft in MacLeod as a replacement even though the switch is not injuryrelated.
It was a must-win match for Blain and his team, who know any defeat at this stage of the competition could see their World Cup hopes go up in smoke.
But Yorkshire ace Blain took 5- 45 to finish the Dutch with eight balls to spare and rescue Ryan Watson's men - leaving the door open to 2011.
JOHN Blain's five for 45 helped Scotland to a 26-run win over Holland in a crucial World Cup qualifying match in Johannesburg.