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Bern·stein

(bern'stēn),
Lionel M., 20th-century U.S. internist. See: Bernstein test.
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On the energy front, Bernstein observed also that energy costs for U.S.
In her later life Bernstein is connecting with some of the wisdom of the ladies of the Phallophoria and their processions of renewal and fecundity.
Asked if he was frustrated at not being able to stay longer to complete his mission to reform the FA, Bernstein replied: "A little," adding that there was lots more he wished to achieve.
The FA board had unanimously backed Bernstein's bid to stay on but the council, subject to their own age limit, rejected the move with a number of members speaking out against it.
Currently, Bernstein is a deputy director of FDA's Office of Compliance in the Center for Drug Evaluation & Research, leading policies, compliance, and enforcement as well as a fellow of the American Pharmacists Association
Other living links to Bernstein are his three children with the late Felicia Montealegre: Jamie, Alexander and Nina.
As Whitmer explains, however, it was Bernstein's first film scores in the Western genre, as well as his early work in television, where he fully established his own "Americana" sound.
Sansiveri joined Bernstein in 2011, and leads the unit's Sports, Media and Entertainment Group.
Bernstein wrote the score to "West Side Story" and won a slew of Grammys, including a lifetime achievement award in 1985.
With a career as a musical great and a life full of passion and tragedy, there is plenty of material for a Leonard Bernstein biopic.