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blain

a blister, blotch, or sore on the skin
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In 2003, fire destroyed the school gym and cafeteria, but they have since been rebuilt and are in beautiful condition, Blain said.
Scotland's top order have failed to hit form thus far, but Blain insisted: "That's not a big concern at all.
Man of the match Jan Stander finished 80 not out and Blain chipped in with a priceless 29 in a record ninth-wicket partnership.
Wright had Van Bunge (25) caught by Blain at long-on but Zuiderent and Peter Borren brought up the 50 stand in 76 balls.
Blain reduced Italy to 37-4 with his quickfire treble, and in the end they were all out for 125.
We had some learning curves and we worked through them,'' Blain said.
Blain, from Radyr, Cardiff, marked his 14th birthday by inviting his friends to Ninian Park on the day City played Wigan Athletic.
In the preface Blain offers a pointed anecdote that explains the impetus behind the book's effort to rescue the poetry Caroline Bowles Southey produced: Blain saw the 1994 special exhibition of fifty "Romantic Women Writers" at the Wordsworth Museum, which displayed Bowles's prose writings (as well as several of her paintings) but none of her poetry, and notably not The Birth-day, which Blain had admired in the 1980s while researching women writers with Patricia Clements and Isobel Grundy for The Feminist Companion (1990).
Blain spent numerous hours searching for information on the Internet, as well as corresponding by e-mail and post with institutions and individuals from Chicago to Edinburgh, and many points in between.
Blain King may not wear glasses, but his vision for the future of King Optical Group, a family-owned, national retailer of eyeglasses, is crystal clear.
Supply and delivery of natural gas, electricity and services associated community buildings Pays de Blain.