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cane

and caine
n. cocaine. (Drugs.) Even the kids can afford to buy cane now. The social problems of the twenty-first century are starting right here.

caine

verb
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Reaching maturity, Caine passed all the tests of skill and knowledge and became one of the great monks of his monastery.
COMEDY CAPER: Michael Caine and Dylan Moran in The Actors (15)
The Hugheses are trying to make a contemporary "Scarface," but their central figure is not glamorized and has little sense of aspiration: Caine knows he's not going to be a mob leader.
On August 6 Miss Mullarkey was at her Moldgreen home with her friend Kerry McClory and their children when Caine came into the house.
Michael Clemence Poesy Now 81, Caine has six Oscar nominations covering every decade since the 1960s.
Caine, who lives near the school, slowed down as he approached the lights but then drove his car right up to the teacher, touching him and revving his engine.
Caine said that he hasn't seen Connery for a couple of years, but he spoke to him on the phone on his birthday and he was very well.
They show Caine and co-stars relaxing away from the movie cameras on the familiar streets of Newcastle city centre.
Caine is a Ukip activist in Poole and Mid-Dorset, and has described his role as "the creation and implementation of various social media sites to help promote Ukip, which includes the building and maintaining of our branch website and forum".
com)-- Caine Leather, a leading online UK leather jacket retailer, announce the launch of their new autumn range.
It's one of the best films of the week, thanks in no small part to the chemistry between its stars, real-life good friends Sean Connery and Michael Caine.
An obscure administrator at the National Institutes of Health, Caine fortuitously creates a biological agent that, accidentally released into the population, changes the perceptions of ordinary people about the liberal agenda.
Barry Royle, 28, had taken a cocktail of drink and drugs when he knifed pal and charity worker Peter Caine, 27, to death.
10 years of The Caine Prize for African Writing and A Life in Full and Other Stories