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Ep·stein

(ep'stīn),
Michael Anthony, 20th-century English virologist. See: Epstein-Barr virus.

Ep·stein

(ep'stīn),
Alois, German pediatrician, 1849-1918. See: Epstein disease, Epstein pearls, Epstein sign, Epstein symptom.
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The new names would honour manager Brian Epstein - remembered for his work with the band after first spotting them in 1961 during a performance in the Cavern Club - and Bob Wooler, the Cavern DJ who introduced Epstein to The Beatles.
Jon Keats, events and marketing manager at The Cavern, said: "We've decided to pay tribute to the enormous legacy of Brian Epstein in the history of The Beatles.
THE Beatles' first contract with manager Brian Epstein is up for sale for pounds 250,000.
It placed him ahead of other British managers including Peter Grant, manager of Midland rock legends Led Zeppelin, Bad Company and Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
BEATLES manager Brian Epstein, 32, was found dead at his Belgravia home in London on this day in 1967 after taking an overdose of sleeping tablets.
A group of musicians will be celebrating the life and works of 60s music guru Brian Epstein at a Tyneside theatre.
Each of the Fab Four was given a customised Mini by manager Brian Epstein.
In His Life'' flirts with paying homage to other, more interesting films about Lennon which succeeded because they focused tightly and thoroughly on smaller stories - ``Back Beat,'' about his friendship with artist and onetime Beatle bassist Stu Sutcliffe, and ``The Hours and Times,'' about a furtive flirtation with his manager, Brian Epstein.
As personal assistant to Beatles manager Brian Epstein, he helped discover the most famous group the world has ever seen.
In his 1992 feature debut The Hours and Times, a fictionalized reconstruction of a 1963 weekend John Lennon (Ian Hart) and Beatle manager Brian Epstein (David Angus) spent holed up in a Barcelona hotel room, Munch imagines a horny pas de deux in which Lennon's light-as-a-feather ride atop the cresting zeitgeist (the last moment of calm before full-blown Beatlemania) makes the fab lad a ready object of fascination for the worldly and ruminative Epstein, his every mortal anxiety in tow.
Fuller recently became the world's most successful manager -- breaking a record set by the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein in the 1960s -- when three of his artists occupied the No.