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an inflammatory swelling or sore

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Gary Blain, Co-owner of Billings Flying Service said, "The CH-47D helicopter ushers in a new era of heavy-lift capability.
Blain said the academy has 180 days left in its charter contract with the Fern Ridge district, which will require the academy to pay rent on the building the school occupies.
Though the gap closed as the race reached a thrilling climax, Blain expoded from the final bend to take the prize.
Blain said: "Yeah, it's obviously a big, big game for us.
But Yorkshire ace Blain took 5- 45 to finish the Dutch with eight balls to spare and rescue Ryan Watson's men - leaving the door open to 2011.
Holland were 22 for three after Blain bowled Darron Reekers and had Eric Szwarczynski caught at slip by Ryan Watson.
And Blain said: "It's a really proud moment to reach 100 caps, and to chip in with a few wickets made it even better.
When Blain and Hoffmann each snapped up two scalps, there was never likely to be an escape route for Holland who were all out for 138.
Also very highly recommended for film students and aspiring film makers from Focal Press is Blain Brown's Cinematography: Image Making For Cinematographers, Directors, And Videographers (02-40805003, $44.
My brother Leo Blain, an insurance broker in Burlington, Ontario, has pledged to raise $100,000 for St.
The dual-fuel trucks need up to 15 percent more maintenance on the fuel system than diesel trucks, said Alvin Blain, interim manager of the city's General Services Department.
BIRTHDAY boy Blain Francombe celebrated his big day with a special football party at Cardiff City.
Dick Blain pays tribute to a rider whose Grand National victory holds particular significance
Blain organizes the materials in chronological order, with four substantive chapters that segment Caroline Bowles Southey's life as a woman writer into (1) her early life and friendship with Robert Southey, (2) her efforts to shape her career through her negotiations with Blackwood's, (3) her completion of her great verse autobiography The Birth-day, and (4) her career-stopping marriage to Southey.
This prompted William Blain, an elder at Knox Church, Waterdown, Ontario, to wonder if the statue was really a copy and why, after 62 years in which the statue has resided at Knox College, the sculptor was still unknown.