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Cain,

character in Old Testament of the Bible who killed his brother Abel out of jealousy.
Cain complex - hatred of a brother due to envy or jealousy. Synonym(s): brother complex
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My new channel is all about digging deeper into real solutions for the economic and spiritual problems facing America today," said Cain.
Cains said it was forced to suspend brewing due to the "extremely competitive and difficult trading environment".
The deal brings together Honeycombe Leisure's estate of 100 pubs, which includes outlets in Staffordshire and Shropshire, with the nine already operated by Cains.
Mincielli will continue to be responsible for sales development and introduction of new products along with Cains Foods.
Cains will submit its plans to Liverpool City Council this summer.
With the Royal Wedding coming up shortly, it's great news that Brits can now easily pick up some Cains lager from their local supermarket to make sure their celebrations go with a swing.
Sudarghara adds: "The creation of our lager is just one example of where we refused to compromise in order to achieve something which was very difficult--using traditional methods to create Cains lager was something that no one else was doing, which was why it appealed to us.
1991: Brewery acquired by the Danish Brewery Group and renamed Robert Cain & Co Ltd.
Peter Kavanagh's, in Egerton Street, Toxteth, is among those which have run short of Cains.
This has given Cains the endorsement and confidence to take it beyond Liverpool and make it available to discerning drinkers nationally.
But Cains has not yet secured its bank's agreement to fund the arrangement.
The move involves a six-figure investment in a bold new identity for Gains Brewery focusing oil its Liverpool heritage, and a complete overhaul of all its beer brands including Cains Bitter, Mild and IPA.