BLaIN


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BLaINBaltic Language and Integration Network (UK)
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Blain, 27, said yesterday: "I thought he was going to figure out it wasn't Lennon.
The CH-47 has proven itself to be a workhorse for the US military and other countries for many decades," said Blain.
Roland organized the family reunions every year at the Blain Farmstead.
The new location makes the school more accessible to its students living in Cottage Grove and Creswell, Blain said.
Blain emerged with a pack of four in the second half of the race alongside Rapha - Condor - Sharp cyclist Kristian House and Ian Bibby of series leaders MMP as the peleton struggled to keep up with the high tempo.
Boys' doubles: T Appleyard and B Mellish beat M Phizacklea and J Blain 21-9, 21-19; J Foster and D Conway beat A Robinson and C Allinson 22-20, 24-22; T Appleyard and B Mellish beat A Robinson and C Allinson 21-11, 22-20; J Foster and D Conway lost to M Phizacklea and J Blain 19-21, 19-21.
It was a must-win match for Blain and his team, who know any defeat at this stage of the competition could see their World Cup hopes go up in smoke.
JOHN BLAIN kept Scotland's Cricket World Cup dreams alive with a five-wicket haul as the Saltires stepped back from the brink to snatch a 26-run win over the Netherlands.
Dewald Nel took three for 34 but Blain did most in Holland's 190 in which Bas Zuiderent scored 67.
JOHN Blain joined Scotland's ton-up club in style yesterday - and insisted the best is yet to come.
Anthropologist Blain (applied social sciences, Sheffield Hallam U.
Neil McCallum shared the plaudits with pace bowlers John Blain and Paul Hoffmann as Scotland thrashed the Netherlands in Aberdeen to kick-start their ICC Intercontinental Cup campaign.