BLaIN


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BLaINBaltic Language and Integration Network (UK)
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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.
But after a hard day's graft in the nets, Blain insists no one's head is dropping.
On his own brilliant start to the season, Blain admitted: "I feel much happier about life at Northampton following the arrival of Keppler Wessels as our new coach.
Blain pushed away another shot by Evans, but the Caersws goal ace was not to be denied and with only 60 seconds to go, he snapped up a loose ball and hammered it in low from 15 yards.
Through the issue to Blain of 40-million MEDR shares at a price of 35c a share the purchase price will be settled.
Blain said she was trying to convey in the sculpture, especially in the face, a sense of innocence.
But Blain reckons the huge global success of the format is something we must learn from.
John Blain got rid of Rudolph for 48 but White finished on 69no with Gerard Brophy hitting an unbeaten 61 as the county side won by seven wickets.
Craig Moses had a chance for the visitors but was denied by keeper Kristian Rogers, but Martin Rose scored either side of half time and Dylan Blain added a fourth in 53 minutes to put the game out of reach.
He was untroubled alongside Hodge until the introduction of John Blain as second change surprisingly did for the latter.