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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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In fact, the production, which relies on a simple design concept using large muslin panels on wheels that can help to cast shadows representing stage battles or the trees of Birnam Wood, asks the audience to use their own imaginations "to make it look like something real," points out Epstein.
The issues have expanded," Epstein said about the decade between the first and second books.
Bruce Cohen added another second-place finish to his 50-plus B repertoire, and Greg Fite gave Epstein his toughest test in the semis, falling 21-17, 21-14.
But before the flight from Teterboro airport, New Jersey, Andrew is believed to have visited Epstein at his Manhattan home where Roberts, 31, claims her romp with the Duke took place a year later in 2001.
In 1999, Epstein and Maxwell were granted a rare honour - a stay at the Royals' Craigowan lodge on the Balmoral estate.
The accusation is reportedly contained in a motion filed in a Florida court this week which is part of a lawsuit over how federal prosecutors handled the case of Epstein, who was sentenced to 18 months in prison in 2008 for soliciting a minor for prostitution.
government who claimed they were abused by Epstein and were never consulted when he entered into a plea agreement.
Mark Epstein is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon practicing in Stony Brook, New York.
At times, it can be a bit much, as when Epstein discusses writer Paul Goodman: "Reading about Goodman's homosexual escapades, or hearing anecdotes from people who knew him, one is reminded of no one quite so much as the minor character in Clancy Sigal's last novel who was expelled from Summerhill for behavior offensive to A.
Despite having no experience managing music acts, Epstein took the Fab Four under his wing and launched them into international stardom.
Moreover, Epstein conceives a "diamond rule": "Do that which others need and no one else can do in your place" (217; emphasis in original), which one could easily transect with the altruistic ethical imperatives posed by moral philosopher Peter Singer.