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“Older people simply don't have the time to recover whatever losses they might incur," Blandin said.”
“I am twenty miles west of Grand Rapids, a tiny northern town that has run on the Blandin paper mill and the nearby taconite mines for a century now.”
“Venton Blandin has the story at the CharlottesvilleMegaSuperNewsPlex.”
“We call them forests, but they are viewed by Potlatch, Blandin and Champion as board feet of timber.”
“For the strategic value of rubber in the war effort, see Blandin, J.”
“In 633 the saint having built them several churches, founded two great monasteries in Ghent, both under the patronage of St. Peter; one was named Blandinberg, from the hill Blandin on which it stands, now the rich abbey of St. Peter's; the other took the name of St. Bavo, from him who gave his estate for its foundation; this became the cathedral in 1559, when the city was created a bishop's see.”
“An instance is recorded by Blandin in which the vein passed in company with the artery under the scalenus muscle.”
“Blandin has observed a case of the same description.”
“Rossilho_, _Daurel et Beton_, _Aigar et Maurin_, which exist; nor the later _romans d'aventure_ of _Jaufre_, _Flamenca_, _Blandin of”
“It is true that these views in regard to Primary Amputations, are opposed by many Surgeons of great ability, such as Faure, Hunter, Percy, Blandin and Mause, but they are mainly of the last century, and the weight of authority preponderates”
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