- (Sir Thomas Henry) Hall,1853–1931, English novelist.
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The Caine is finally decommissioned in the fall of 1945, after steaming its broken-down way home from Okinawa.
After one ship's supper, Keith reflects that there were worse places to spend the war than the Caine.
But we will remember the Caine, the old ship in which we helped to win the war.
"Perhaps you will have your wish," replied Mr. Caine, with an odd smile.Dave Darrin on Mediterranean Service
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Caine, the boatswain, was a sinister-looking fellow, but he knew his business.
Tom Yeager meanwhile was sitting on a coil of rope talking to Caine.
There is Bothwell himself to begin with, and, of course, the two Flemings and Caine.
After I reached the boat I noticed Caine watching me closely.
- 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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