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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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Participating in Gourmet Abu Dhabi for the first time, Caines was hosted at Jumeirah at Etihad Towers from February 5-8, 2014.
Caines said he had also instructed legal advisers to fight his case in Europe, but had been told it could be up to 12 months before any progress was made.
Caines, who had been involved in financial dealings with Mr Hickman for some time before his death, was arrested shortly after the murder after police found his baseball cap and watch near the scene.
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.
Caines picked up a bronze medal at the European championships in Munich last summer and has become Britain's leading one-lap specialist with Baulch, Iwan Thomas and Mark Richardson all suffering from injuries or dips in form.
However Caines says: 'I haven't run as fast as I want to run but my aim is to do that in Paris.
After taking silver in the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Birmingham in March, Caines was sidelined by a virus for weeks, but he gained some encouragement from last weekend's second-place finish in Glasgow in the international against USA and Russia.
His brother and sister, Philip and Dawn Caines, were there to help let each one off.
Daniel Caines is dwarfed as he looks across at Ingo Schultz - the giant who stripped Britain of its 16-year hold on the European Championships 400 metres crown in Munich last night.
A total of 490 black and white balloons will be released at noon on Friday outside Rye Hill Prison, near Willoughby, Rugby, where Timothy Caines is serving a life sentence.
Tim Caines was jailed for life for the killing of Coventry solicitor Colin Hickman in 1994, but has protested his innocence.
Friends and supporters of Tim Caines, who was jailed for life for the murder of Colin Hickman, are to lodge a second appeal at the Birmingham offices of the Criminal Cases Review Committee.
Daniel Caines may have just beaten the best 400 metre runners appearing in this afternoon's World Indoor Championships but the modest Birchfield Harrier isn't saddling himself with the tag of British No 1.
Ex-financial adviser Timothy Caines, serving a life sentence for the murder of Earlsdon solicitor Colin Hickman, has prepared a 16-page report in the hope of persuading the Criminal Cases Review Commission to reopen his case.
Selly Oak MP Dr Lynne Jones claims an itemised telephone bill could help prove that Tim Caines did not murder city solicitor Colin Hickman.