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  • This was not because the blister had hurt him, but because he had heard behind him a startling sound. Cited from T. Tembarom, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Blister had told me she was his landlady's daughter, and I knew she lived but a block from the race track. Cited from Blister Jones, by John Taintor Foote
  • By this point, a blister had developed on Williams's foot and she had contracted a cold.
  • At our last meeting Blister had told me of a "ringing" in years gone by that had ended disastrously for him. Cited from Blister Jones, by John Taintor Foote
  • A wig, after the sores made by the blister had disappeared, concealed the barber's work until his own hair grew again. Cited from Off-Hand Sketches, by T.S. Arthur
  • By the time the third bend in the road was reached, it seemed to Percy that this blister had become the one great Fact in an unreal nightmare-like universe. Cited from A Damsel in Distress, by P.G. Wodehouse
  • He cautiously removed his boot, and finding a hole in his sock in the place where the blister had rubbed off, he managed to protect the raw spot by pulling the sock over it. Cited from T. Tembarom, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • The short-lived G4 TV series Blister had a story arc centered around the search for Polybius (although the final installment was never filmed due to the series' cancellation).
  • And after the shower of questions poured upon Blister had abated, and the mare had been gentled, petted and given a lump of sugar with a final hug, he presented me to his wife. Cited from Blister Jones, by John Taintor Foote
  • By the time Williams had reached the final, the cold and blister had gone, but Tracy Austin in her tournament analysis stated that Serena had a great tournament, but the ride was over and that Sharapova would have no trouble with Williams.
  • The rearing thoroughbred descended to earth with slim inquiring ears thrown forward, and I remembered that Blister had described Mrs. Dillon's voice as "good to listen at." Cited from Blister Jones, by John Taintor Foote