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Midsummer Night Astronomy Sessions Available At Frc

Apple eyes Vietnam for gains | The Journal Gazette

Visitors are also reminded to be prepared with insect repellent. Those interested in learning more about astronomy in general should consider taking the introduction to astronomy course (PHSC 120) at FRC during the fall semester. Note that the course has been rescheduled to meet at a new time this year Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8:50 p.m. beginning Aug. 27. The new time will provide more live observation opportunities and is intended to make the class meeting time more convenient for both traditional and nontraditional students. Prospective students can get information and register for the upcoming semester at frc.edu/admissionsandrecords.
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There are more and cheaper alternatives out there, Nguyen said in a phone interview. This is about a relatively affordable status symbol. Its fashion. Sales of iPhones in Vietnam soared 262 percent in Apples fiscal first half ended March 29, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said during a conference call with analysts in late April. Michaela Wilkinson, a spokeswoman at Apples headquarters in Cupertino, California, declined to comment about the companys Vietnam and Southeast Asia retail strategy. FPTs F.Studio stores, styled after Apple outlets in developed markets, feature minimalist interiors and English-speaking store clerks clad in black and trained by the iPhone-maker. Apples retail priorities were elsewhere, Ngoc said. Then they started to focus on Vietnam, he said.
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