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kain

(keɪn)
n
(Historical Terms) history a variant spelling of cain
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Dorothy Adelle Kain Dorothy Adelle Kain, 82, of Palatine, formerly of Des Plaines, passed away peacefully on February 13, 2019.
'Doing nothing but laugh, kain, chikahan, kain, shopping, kain and good ol' quality time with my family of 10 years.
THE Department of Tourism (DOT) has partnered with the Ayala Group in a nationwide food and travel festival dubbed 'Kain Na!/Kaon Ta!' (Let's eat!), which saw its grand regional lunch in Davao City over the weekend.
Little Kain has condition called syndrome "We're not sure if he fell down the stairs by accident, or if he had a stroke.
The mum, to 10-year-old Rueben and 11 month old Kain, was left with no choice but to spend the money she had saved for her sons' Christmas presents.
Christine Kain, partner at Faegre Baker Daniels, relishes gaining expert knowledge on medical devices, food-borne illnesses and other subjects in her product liability practice.
Kain Patience was out with friends at The Empire, on Corporation Road, in the early hours of Saturday when he says he was approached by someone and asked to leave.
Kain appeals from a judgment convicting him of operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC), third offense, under WIS.
Presented the second year of KAIN U and Mix Masters.
Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer Gary Kain will preside over Nasdaq opening bell ceremony.
Results from the first qualifier: K O'Prey 31 G Metcalf 26, T Brook 31 M Wood 26, R Whitwam 31 G Fellows 17, A Smith 10 J Brown 31, B Dyson 10 A Sorsby 31, N White 18 J Dyson 31, A Cairns W/O, P Kain 31 C Gant 20.
Jacob I Hutchinson, Contracting Negotiator, Phone 9377139972 X, Email Jacob.Hutchinson@Us.Af.Mil; Barry E Kain, Contracting Officer, Phone (937)713-9986 X, Email Barry.Kain@Us.Af.Mil