from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of eastern Minnesota, an industrial suburb of St. Paul. Population: 55,100.
- Blaine, James Gillespie Known as "the Plumed Knight.” 1830-1893. American politician. A U.S. representative (1863-1876) and senator (1876-1881) from Maine, he was U.S. secretary of state (1881 and 1889-1892) and lost the 1884 presidential election to Grover Cleveland.
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- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male given name
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_Presidential Problems_ (1904); on Blaine, Edward Stanwood, _James G. Blaine_ (1905).
Asked whether they know the name Blaine Dalton, a couple of female students lounging in the school's activities office both nodded.
Based in Blaine, Minn., the program began in the fall of 2008.
After the training session that wouldn't end, nine of us traveled across town to the University Avenue Elementary School in Blaine, Minn.
The Schwan's Super Rink is our home rink and part of the National Sports Center located in Blaine, Minn.
Author Philip Caputo contrasts the thoughtful Gil with his cousin Blaine Erskine, a lifelong rancher who seems to channel the Old West of a bygone era.
NEW YORK, NY – Bat Boy visited David Blaine during his “Upside Down Man” stunt, where Blaine is hanging by his feet for 60 hours in Central Park.
The Northtown Mall in Blaine, where the signing was, is one of those places that the faeries routinely hide from me.
Harper Blaine is a P.I. in Seattle, which is quickly becoming the new destination for Urban Fantasy.
Here in Blaine, MN McCain is now referring to Raines as an Obama "supporter."