Caine

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List Of Stargate Universe Characters - Recurring Characters On Destiny - Robert Caine
... Doctor Caine is portrayed by Canadian actor and musician Tygh Runyan ... Caine was on the first away team led by a civilian, chosen by Camile Wray who had taken command of the Destiny during Young's "trial" for the murder of Sgt ... Caine detected no EM fields or radiation emanating from the alien vessel, and the rest of the team could find no immediate means of entry ...
Caine - Other
... The Caine Prize for African Writing La Caine, a commune in Basse-Normandie, France Río Caine, a river in Bolivia Caine, London based pop group ...
Lynn Caine
... Lynn Caine (1924–1987) was an American author and publishing agent at Little, Brown and Company ... her book "Widow" (1974) about her experiences after the death of her husband Martin Caine in 1971 ... Persondata Name Caine, Lynn Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1924 Place of birth Date of death 1987 Place of death ...
Lewis Caine - Murder
... Keith Faure travelled to Melbourne from Geelong to meet with Caine at the 'Plough and Harrow Hotel' in Carlton at the invitation of Faure ... Caine's body was found with a single gunshot wound to his head in Katawa Grove, Brunswick at approximately 11 pm the same night ... Caine had been seen dining with convicted murderer Carl Williams and his wife Roberta at Melbourne's Windows Restaurant on the night before his murder ...
Paul Waymond Caine - Biography - Later Life
... Caine focused on developing his catering career, establishing his own catering services in Gary, Indiana and Peoria, Illinois ... an explosion of gaseous materials occurred, burning Caine severely ... Caine become the first founder of Kappa Alpha Psi to pass away ...

Famous quotes containing the word caine:

    Not many people know that.
    —Michael Caine [Maurice Joseph Micklewhite] (b. 1933)

    The basic rule of human nature is that powerful people speak slowly and subservient people quickly—because if they don’t speak fast nobody will listen to them.
    —Michael Caine [Maurice Joseph Micklewhite] (b. 1933)