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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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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.
According to court documents filed by the American woman, identified as Jane Doe#3, Epstein sexually trafficked her to people who were politically powerful and financially well-off.
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.
Epstein also managed acts including Gerry & the Pacemakers and Cilla Black.
Invoking environmental studies, Epstein attempts to refocus criticism from text alone to the sanctuary-like non-text environment in which the word resides (80).
Those works include Reclining Model (Sunita Nude) by Epstein - a study of his favourite model Sunita, who is also a suspect - and Bust Of Meum, a bronze sculpture of the mother of the artist's first illicit child, Peggy Jean.
The article has won the attention of Jeffrey Epstein, whose Jeffrey Epstein IV Foundation established The Program for Evolutionary Dynamics at Harvard University under the eminent theoretical biologist and mathematician, Martin Nowak.
The fresh disclosures about the extent of his friendship with Epstein, 58, are likely to increase the pressure on the Duke, who was recently photographed in conversation with the sex offender in New York's Central Park following his release from prison.
Epstein only inked his name on the document on October 1, 1962, after getting the Fab Four a deal with EMI for the release of the single Love Me Do, following rejections from other record companies.
But the idea of naming a building in his honour was rejected by tourism officers because of Epstein Court in Kensington, a semiderelict block of six apartments.