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(Old Testament) Cain and Abel were the first children of Adam and Eve born after the Fall of Man

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The legislation, which has the backing of both the majority and minority leader in the house, according to Cain, "is a threat to anyone except the original manufacturer.
When Charity tells him she's now with Ross, Cain rises to the bait and follows her into a back room for a passionate kissing session.
Abel became a keeper of sheep, and Cain became a tiller of the soil.
The PSC also agreed to shoulder the $5,000 stipend of Cain whom it previously said as not deserving of the amount because he lacked the track record of someone who can deliver the goods.
The former Cardiff Metropolitan University product design student launched his watch venture, Aston Cain, last year.
Cain delivered a breakout season during Kansas City's dash to the playoffs, playing a career-high 133 games and batting .
At this rate there'll soon be another unwanted Cain baby on the way.
But this is not just a memoir: Cain designs her story to resonate with and empower women who have been in similar cycles of abuse and trauma; she shows a path to healing that's real and possible.
Cain is putting the channel in collaboration with the Tapp Platform.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy confirmed Cain will return on disabled list for the second time this season despite report that he's return to make his return this Saturday.
A grant towards making the film was given by the Northumberland and Tyneside Bird Club, where Cain has been a member since the age of 14.
Cain, who twice set the high school record over 1,500 meters earlier this year, took advantage of an extremely fast field and more than held her own before a sellout crowd of 12,816, stalking the lead pack before charging to a fifth-place finish over the final 150 meters.
The experiences of the rural South are embedded in my heart," Cain notes.
HERMAN CAIN COULD, perhaps, have become the president of the United States of America had his alleged all-consuming love of white women not ruined it for him.
In This is Herman Cain, Herman Cain attempts to convince the reader to support him in his run for president of the United States by telling the story of his life, with emphasis on his amazing business accomplishments.