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Dec 04, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The global Flight Simulator market report contains market revenue, market share, and production of the service providers is also mentioned with accurate data. Moreover, the global market report majorly focuses on the current developments, new possibilities, advancements, as well as dormant traps. Furthermore, the market report offers a complete analysis of the current situation and the advancement possibilities of the market across the globe.

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The global Flight Simulator market is expected to gain momentum from the increasing adoption of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) by the airlines to train their cabin crew and flight deck crew. This information is

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At present, 5G technology is becoming more and more mature. So 5G smartphones have gained popularity this year. In this regard, the processor has naturally become the core of major smartphone manufacturers’ ‘competition’. On December 3, the data center of Master Lu announced the new Android smartphone performance ranking list for November. The data comes from the Master Lu Android app from November 1 to November 30. The list only counts the models released during this period.

Master Lu November

Since almost no flagship models were released in November, the number one model was Samsung’s flagship business model – Samsung Galaxy W21 5G. The latter comes with a Snapdragon 865+ processor, a folding screen design, and is sold for up to $3050. As you understand, such prices discourage ordinary consumers. But this is another topic of conversation.

The second place is occupied by the OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 co-branded with CD Projekt RED.

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The YMCA of Metro North is hosting its annual holiday charity drives to help make the wishes of children and families come true. We’re collecting toys, coats, presents for children, gift cards, and more this season to distribute to our neighbors in need. Help us create a happy holiday for families by participating in one of these Y Wishes charity drives. You can drop off donations at your local Y or consider shipping a donation of toys or clothes directly from an online retailer to spread some holiday good will and cheer this December.

Learn more about ways to donate below and sign up to participate in the Y Wishes program at https://www.ymcametronorth.org…

TORIGIAN YMCA IN PEABODY
The Torigian YMCA is excited to host an Angel Tree in our lobby this year for members

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ELLINGTON, CT — Recently, Ellington-Somers Patch asked readers to nominate their favorite local business for Business of the Year. Many area businesses have managed to navigate the turbulence of 2020 with steadfast determination and an unwavering commitment to the clients they serve.

Little House in the Country Child Care, located just off Route 140 at 2 Nutmeg Dr., began as a home daycare program, Lindsey’s Playhouse, out of the owner’s home in 1994. In 2005, Little House opened in a small plaza at 89 West Rd. in Ellington; expanding from a licensed capacity at home of six children to a daycare center with a licensed capacity of 72 children.

Within two years, the program had outgrown the capacity of its space in the plaza, and in 2010, owner Janet Settle purchased the building on Nutmeg Dr., which had previously been a garden market. The capacity expanded to accommodate up to

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A Gazprom director profited from a secret scheme linked to the construction of a multibillion-dollar gas pipeline between central Asia and China, according to documents seen by the Financial Times.

The documents indicate that staff and consultants working for Timur Kulibayev designed a scheme for the Kazakh billionaire to receive at least tens of millions of dollars from contracts related to the vast project.

Kulibayev, who has served on the Russian energy giant’s board since 2011, is the son-in-law of a former Kazakh president and has wide-ranging business interests, including in banking, mining and real estate. As one of the most powerful officials in the country, he oversaw the state companies that awarded contracts to build the pipelines across Kazakhstan.

Emails sent between 2008 and 2014 and leaked by a whistleblower contain detailed descriptions of a setup that appears to allow Kulibayev to receive a share of the profits from

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BEIJING (AP) — China has accused critics in the U.S. government of “an escalation of political suppression” against Beijing following new visa restrictions on members of China’s ruling Communist Party and their immediate family members.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said Thursday that China would “make representations” to the U.S. over its decision to limit such people to one-month, single-entry visas.

Hua called Washington’s approach “totally inconsistent with the U.S.’s own interests,” and said it would damage America’s global image.

“I think it is obvious to all that this is an escalation of political suppression by some extreme anti-China forces in the U.S. out of strong ideological prejudice and deep-rooted Cold War mentality against China,” Hua said at a daily briefing.

The State Department said in a statement Thursday that the new restrictions are intended to protect the U.S. from the Chinese Communist Party’s “malign influence.”

“For decades we allowed

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JACKSON, Wyo.–(Business Wire)–Luxury Card, a leader in the metal credit card industry, shared its recent partnership with the pet product brand Boo Oh. Founder Jay Sae Jung Oh started the company after welcoming a French bulldog named Boo into her life. As an artist and industrial designer, the first-time dog owner struggled to find quality accessories with a thoughtful aesthetic, so she turned her creative spirit to the task, developing pieces both functional and stylish. Boo Oh’s debut line certainly reflects Jung Oh’s driving passion to make beautiful and practical objects.

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Luxury Card and Boo Oh announced a partnership which will give Cardmembers exclusive benefits with the high-end pet product brand. (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are thrilled to partner with Luxury Card to offer members 15% off accessories designed to elevate ordinary moments with your pet,” says Jung Oh.

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday that her administration may extend portions of a three-week partial shutdown of schools and businesses next week because of the “sheer volume” of coronavirus cases in Michigan.

The Democratic governor said no decision had been made, but that hospitals can’t be overrun with COVID-19 patients. Although the infection curve has leveled off, it is a “dangerous moment,” she said. The state reported 175 additional deaths, including 63 in the most recent 24-hour period and 112 from a records review. That total was the fifth-most during the pandemic, Whitmer said.

“As we get a few more days of information under our belts, we’ll be in a much stronger position to really assess if there are some things that maybe are safer to do,” Whitmer said during a news conference in which she reported continued progress addressing virus-related racial disparities. “But if we

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Obama will take vaccine, might film to build confidence

Former President Barack Obama addresses voters one day before the election, in Atlanta, Georgia, November 2, 2020.

Brandon Bell | Reuters

Former President Barack Obama said that he will take a Covid-19 vaccine once one is available and may film it to build confidence about safety.

“I will be taking it and I may take it on TV or have it filmed so people know that I trust this science,” he told SiriusXM’s “The Joe Madison Show” during an interview. “What I don’t trust is getting Covid.”

Numerous polls find many Americans are skeptical about getting a Covid-19 vaccine, potentially jeopardizing U.S. vaccination efforts to control the pandemic.

The reluctance or refusal to get vaccinated has been a growing problem in the U.S. long before the pandemic started. Medical experts point to a long-debunked

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William Rice Elfers ’71, The Daily Princetonian’s undergraduate business manager in 1970 and a longtime alumni trustee, died on Saturday at the age of 71. Elfers chaired the paper’s board from 1993–2004.

Elfers passed away at his home in Marion, Mass., after a long battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to an obituary written by his wife, Deborah.

Tom Weber ’89, president of the Board of Trustees of The Daily Princetonian Publishing Co., wrote, “Bill Elfers was a generous friend, colleague and mentor to the students and alumni of The Daily Princetonian for close to half a century.”

“He was a tireless advocate for student journalism and publishing. His leadership was instrumental to the ‘Prince’ overcoming several financial crises over the years and having the resources to transform for the digital age,” Weber wrote. “We will miss him dearly.”

From Boston to Business Manager

Elfers was born at Richardson

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