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blain

a blister, blotch, or sore on the skin
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Blain's Farm & Fleet, founded in Janesville, Wisconsin, in 1955 by brothers Bert and Claude Blain, bills itself as a modern general store, selling everything from animal and pet food to lawn and garden products, automotive supplies, clothing for all ages, tools, un-refrigerated grocery items and sporting goods.
"Many of our customers like to say that if Blain's Farm & Fleet doesn't carry it, they don't need it," she quipped.
Blain, who created the statue with his wife, Debra, confirmed the news yesterday.
Blain said she was trying to convey in the sculpture, especially in the face, a sense of innocence.
Founded in Janesville, Wisconsin, in 1955 by brothers Bert and Claude Blain, Farm and Fleet bills itself as a modern general store, selling everything from animal and pet food, to lawn and garden products, automotive supplies, limited clothing for all ages, tools, un-refrigerated grocery items and sporting goods, said Dormie Roberts, spokesperson.