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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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World 400m champion Caines believes he can outfox the east Europeans, while Malcolm will rely on his experience.
Booze is definitely out - but that still leaves food to enjoy and Caines intends to indulge his junk-food passion to the max.
Then there's The Coach House by Michael Caines at the Kentisbury Grange in North Devon.
Company finance director Nicki Oakes added: "We are delighted that Michael Caines has designed this product range for us and we are really looking forward to working with him long-term.
TOP ADVICE: Daniel Caines with (left to right) Fardos Ali, 13, Demi Ward, 13, Jevon Hinds, 14, Stephen NGuessan, 13, Thomas Coulson, 13 and Maimuna Moussa, 13
With four offices across Bridgend, Pencoed and Port Talbot, Payton Jewell Caines was established in 1979 and is privately owned by John Caines.
Caines admitted he had been near the murder scene when detectives found his baseball cap and watch by Mr Hickman's home.
Disappointed Caines said: 'This was not what I wanted - I did not have anything coming down the home straight.
CONVICTED: Timothy Caines (top) and (above) murder victim Colin Hickman; UP AND AWAY: Philip Caines prepares the balloons before they are released over Rye Hill prison, Onley.
If Caines needs any inspiration to take on the best in the world, then he only needs to look at his Birchfield Harriers team-mate and friend Mark Lewis-Francis.
Caines' sister, Dawn Caines, and other campaigners, are going to the West Midlands Police HQ at Lloyd House, in Colmore Circus, Birmingham city centre, at 12.
Christine Hassell, secretary of the Free Tim Caines Campaign, said the TUC had passed a motion to lobby the review committee to examine Caines' case.
But Caines is in confident mood and added, ``I'm not feeling the pressure at all now.
George Caines is a leading Nova Scotian corporate and tax lawyer.
Miss Caines said: 'Each balloon has been sponsored by the many friends and supporters of Tim who all believe in his innocence.