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blain

a blister, blotch, or sore on the skin
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Blain's Farm & Fleet, which is family-owned and not franchised, hearkens back to the general stores that flourished across the United States during the 18th and 19th centuries in many remote places where a single shop was sufficient to serve an entire community.
"Farhad told me in the very first meeting I had with him was that it was not his intention to dilute the minority shareholdings," Blain told the ECHO.
Wilson and Blain came to ABLE from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, where they worked in Pardon and Parole Services.
Publisher's Weekly, in a starred review, says Blain's book "illuminates an oft-ignored period of Black nationalist and internationalist activism in the U.S.: the Great Depression, World War II, and early Cold War.
Rest in Peace Emmett." Mr Blain was a member of the local St Naul's GAA club, playing with their reserve side and was a nephew of Donegal's 1992 All-Ireland hero Noel Hegarty.
Jack Black, I think, is probably the nicest person I've ever met in my life," said Blain. "I would've hoped that [Robin Williams] would have loved to be a part of it, so I can just stand there and stare at his very funny self all day."
Iseman and Blain join previously announced cast members Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Dr.
Blain responded with a stunning 96 not out as Whitland reached 147-1 to clinch only their third win of the season.
Most recently, Queenan was chief operating officer of APAC and shared the charge of managing the region's daily operations with executive chairman of APAC, Robert Blain. Queenan will now oversee operational management of APAC while Blain will retain overall charge of the region and Queenan will continue to report to Blain.
It also sponsors the Stichter, Riedel, Blain and Prosser Book Award for the Advanced Bankruptcy Course at the University of Florida College of Law.