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blain

a blister, blotch, or sore on the skin
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With more than 20 years of experience in the microwave industry, Bruce Blain is a welcome addition to the NSMA Board of Directors," said Andrew Clegg, president, NSMA.
The new location makes the school more accessible to its students living in Cottage Grove and Creswell, Blain said.
Blain emerged with a pack of four in the second half of the race alongside Rapha - Condor - Sharp cyclist Kristian House and Ian Bibby of series leaders MMP as the peleton struggled to keep up with the high tempo.
Blain said: "Tony's video analysis has been absolutely brilliant.
Blain was named Players' Player of the Year while Gavin Hamilton got the top batsman gong.
Blain also had Ipi Morea caught behind to finish with figures of four for 22.
The Saltires kick off against Durham at the Riverside Ground, and Blain - who led the Scots attack in the 1999 World Cup - reckons they couldn't have asked for a better venue.
Blain was beaten again after 62 minutes, Evans meeting a corner and shooting from 12 yards.
The proper distribution of our products is one of the company's strategic initiatives, and I am pleased that Blain has agreed to undertake this important role to help us drive this strategy.
An agreement is signed by JSE-listed Middle East Diamond Resources (MEDRs) Sable Platinum Holdings (SPH) subsidiary to acquire diamond exploration company Blain Capital Solutions Kamfersdam dumps, in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape, for R14-million.
Debra and Mark Blain, owners of Fireplace Mantels Etc.
SALTIRES star John Blain insists Scottish cricket has to persevere with the 20/20 game despite the poor response from fans north of the Border to the limited format.