Caine


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Caine

Sir Michael. real name Maurice Micklewhite. born 1933, British film actor. His films include The Ipcress File (1965), Get Carter (1971), Educating Rita (1983), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), and The Cider House Rules (1999).
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During the trial, the court heard Mr Caine had ended up at an after-hours gathering at the former Cinnamon restaurant in Union Street on February 12 last year.
Giving evidence, Mr Caine told the court he and the woman spoke for about half an hour before she took him by the hand and led him to a toilet cubicle.
Caine said: "I'd never lived in a house with central heating, running hot water, a bathroom, a refrigerator and electric light.
The five-writer shortlist for the 20th edition of the Caine Prize was announced, on Monday, by Peter Kimani, this year's chair of judges and Kenyan author of the award-winning novel 'Dance of the Jakaranda.'
We are excited to continue to grow and strengthen our community in partnership with Coldwell Banker Caine," Ron Mendel, chairman of the board of The Reserve at Lake Keowee, said in the release.
He lived on cheap value meals from supermarkets while Caine spent his money on fruit machines and online roulette.
After the accident, through his grandmother Caine sued the driver's motor insurers, claiming damages for his lifechanging injuries.
She was letting Caine taste independence in a way that should have been safe.
Mengestu commented: "the winner of this year's Caine Prize is as fierce as they come - a narrative forged but not defined by the streets of Nairobi, a story that stands as more than just witness.
But Mr Caine says this rarely happens: "The waste team have an unwillingness to provide me with assisted collection of my bins as agreed.
Caine, a father of two daughters Dominique and Natasha, said he has banned all sugar, salt and gluten from his diet.