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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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First round: P Kain 25/1 v D Scott 20/1, J Martin 33/1 v A Daykin 7/2, G Tandy 50/1 v H Jones 50/1, J Baxter 66/1 v J Hodgson 50/1, W Dews 25/1 v J Brown 10/1.
An aspect that Jule Kain is particularly pleased about: "We can happily do away with unpleasant stoppers," says the manager, grinning.
But Mrs Cridland said Kain suffered pain in his hips, knees and legs and relied on his bike to get around because he did not have the stamina to walk long distances.
Despite Hawes distinguished performance in the Bruhn competition, Karen Kain is in no hurry to push her.
Mr Kain suffered a broken jaw and a major injury to his mouth which has left him unable to eat properly.
I always send Kain to school in a clean uniform and looking smart.
Hannah took Kain to school on Monday, with his hair unchanged, demanding to speak to the head teacher.
Kain, who is professor and chair of anesthesiology and perioperative care at the University of California, Irvine.
Kain said at an international conference on pediatric psychological trauma.
Kain (Russian and European history) and Levintova (comparative politics and Russian and East European politics, both Texas A&M U.
THOUSAND OAKS - Harrison Kain understands if you don't recognize his name.