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an inflammatory swelling or sore

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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.
Blain said: "He's a good cricketer but I've never looked at someone as being impossible to play against.
Blain under the terms of the agreement will render certain services, together with the treatment of the residue stockpile, the provision of vehicles, plant, equipment and capital required for the mining, removal and treatment of the stockpile and rehabilitation, to SPH.
Blain said that, too often, memorials are erected long after the war has ended and when the young people who have served our country are forgotten.
Adejected Blain said: "We lacked urgency and drifted at crucial moments against a very professional team.
PORT TALBOT: Port Talbot: Rogers, de Vulgt, Hanford, Phillips, Rees, Surman, McCreesh (Burrows 86), Blain, Rose (Morgan 70), Bond, Lancey (Johnston 64).
Blain had already conceded two boundaries to Loye when, with the fourth ball of his spell, the seamer bowled Hodge, who under-edged onto his stumps via a lazy-looking pull.
Mrs Murray's son in law Hughie Blain explained: "Anna has taken various courses in first aid and knew that it was important to remain calm.
The visitors, who have now won five of their last seven matches, had the game in the bag by half time, Dylan Blain and Adie Harris doing the damage.
Then Mutton punished hesitancy by County defender Dylan Blain to rush into the box and drill the first of his treble past goalkeeper Peter Blain.
Four late wickets for seven runs from Chris Harris ensured that the rate was marginally under six an over and although opener Matthew Hart was bowled by John Blain off the second ball, New Zealand made it in comfort, glad of the chance to chase a total.
NEW YORK -- The Doneger Group, the leading source of global market trends and customized merchandising strategies to the retail/fashion community, today announced that it has named industry veteran Janine Blain to head up its new West Coast operations.
GROSVENORDALE, CT Roger Blain, 89 of Blain Road died Friday March 21, 2008 at home.
SCOTLAND paceman John Blain last night urged cricket chiefs to give him a chance with the bat at the Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa.
Seamer John Blain - one of just two players in the squad who also lined up against the Aussies in the 1999 World Cup at Worcester - does not accept suggestions the favourites will be off their game after an uncharacteristic run of indifferent form.