Global Mouse Model Services Market Supply-Demand and Rising Trends to Play a Key Role In Growth 2021-2030

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Dec 04, 2020 (WiredRelease via Comtex) —
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Charles River Laboratories

Envigo

Taconic Biosciences

Jackson Laboratory

Crown Biosciences

Shanghai SLAC

Shangghai Modelorg

GenOway

Syngene International

Psychogenics

Pharmaron

Pharmalegacy

Horizon Discovery Group

Vi

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Goodman Theatre’s ‘Christmas Carol’ audio play review: a heartfelt gift to all

This is Larry Yando’s 13th year as Ebenezer Scrooge in the Goodman’s “A Christmas Carol” — he’s been at it nearly twice as long as Jacob Marley’s been dead (as a doornail) when Charles Dickens’ Christmas ghost story begins.

If you’ve seen Yando’s Scrooge, you know that he and the rest of the Goodman’s repeat cast members and designers have set a high bar for themselves with past productions. It’s unfair to compare director Jessica Thebus’ audio play version this year with the “Christmas Carols” of Christmas past. But it’s difficult not to. What’s lost this year, along with the opulent visuals, is the grand sense of scale created by a sprawling ensemble bustling about (and sometimes literally flying over) London.

That’s a comparatively small price for what the audio play gains, arriving as it does in the context of a pandemic that has decimated the economy and thrown millions out of work, live theater artists among those hit the hardest. The food insecurity and dire health-care straits of Tiny Tim (Vikram Konkimalla ) hit with acuteness in 2020. So does the call to connect with fellow humans, lest ye be doomed like poor Jacob Marley (Kareem Bandealy).

Like its live stage predecessors, audio “Christmas Carol” is rich with compelling drama and well-drawn characters. There are real stakes, memorable performances and glorious music. Before it ends, you will feel you are curled up with a plate of gingerbread before a roaring fireplace and a pile of presents even if none of that is remotely in the cards this season.

Tom Creamer’s stage adaptation has been adapted for audio by Neena Arndt, Thebus and sound designer Richard Woodbury. They’ve beefed up the exposition, giving the Narrator (Andrew White) a lot of the heavy lifting. White is fabulous with the adjectives, even when the script itself lays them on thick. The visuals he creates are vivid.

Sound is obviously in the spotlight, so to speak. Not to worry. Woodbury, composer Andrew Hansen and music director Malcolm Ruhl are, as the dialogue describes the house-band at the Fezziwig office party: “people who know their business.”

Larry Yando records the role of Scrooge for the Goodman Theatre’s audio play of “A Christmas Carol.”

Larry Yando records the role of Scrooge for the Goodman Theatre’s audio play of “A Christmas Carol.”
Frank Ishman

The music paints pictures: A Copland-esque surge of elation crescendos as Scrooge takes flight with the Ghost of Christmas Past (Aurora Real de Asua, delivering a childlike spirit luminous with ancient wisdom). A rollicking jig provides a glitter bomb of merriment at the Fezziwig’s (Penelope Walker, Cindy Gold) party. The soprano of the lone child (Asher Alcantara) singing carols in the dark is as piercing as an icicle. The wailing wraiths closing out Jacob Marley’s visitation are haunting. And make sure to listen for the “Noel” carol sung at the “Christmas Present” party hosted by Scrooge’s niece Frida (Dee Dee Batteast). It’s as gorgeous as the first snowfall.

Yando’s

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Rockets won’t be wed to any style of play with addition of DeMarcus Cousins

With the final signing before the start of training camp on Tuesday, the Rockets went with their biggest addition of the off-season. Literally.



DeMarcus Cousins wearing a hat: Rockets GM Rafael Stone says the addition of DeMarcus Cousins means another good basketball player on the roster and not an idication of style of basketball team will play.


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Rockets GM Rafael Stone says the addition of DeMarcus Cousins means another good basketball player on the roster and not an idication of style of basketball team will play.


The Rockets made the signing of 6-10, 270-pound center DeMarcus Cousins official, marking if not the end of small ball, a very large step in that direction.

“He’s a very talented basketball player and generally speaking, the team that has the most talented players on the court, wins,” Rockets general manager Rafael Stone said. “We have not, nor have we ever been wed to any particular style of basketball other than winning games. So, from that perspective, he is someone we’re hoping can help us win games because he is talented.”

There has never been a question about Cousins’ abundant talent. The fifth pick of the 2010 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings out of Kentucky, Cousins is one of 11 players to average at least 20 points, 10 rebounds and three assists since the NBA began tracking assists in the 1973-74 season.

He is one of seven players in NBA history to average 25 points, 12 rebounds and five assists in a season, doing it in 2017-18 with the Pelicans, and one of just two (along with Giannis Antetokounmpo the past two seasons) to do it since Charles Barkley’s 1992-93 MVP season.

Cousins, however, suffered an Achilles injury that season against the Rockets, the first of three major injuries he has had since January 2018.

He came back from the Achilles injury in the second half of the 2018-19 season with the Warriors, but a quad injury ended his season in the Finals. Cousins signed with the Lakers as a free agent but tore an ACL in an August pickup game and missed all of last season. Released in February to open a roster spot on the Lakers roster, Cousins opted to sit out the restart to concentrate on his rehab.

Cousins, however, showed flashes of his All-Star play during his stretch with the Warriors, averaging 16.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.5 blocked shots in just 25.7 minutes per game. That made him the only player in NBA history to have averaged at least 15 points, eight rebounds and three assists in fewer than 27 minutes per game.

“He’s recovered from all his prior injuries,” Stone said. “It’s just a matter of him trying to really get into basketball shape. He’s going to use training camp to do that, just like everybody else.

“He’s a physical post player. He can shoot the 3. He can pass out of the high post and the low post. You have to guard him with a true big. If you don’t, he can post up and get the layup.”

That would seem a departure from the Rockets’ philosophy in

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Terry McLaurin’s TD-saving, DK Metcalf-style tackle key play in win vs. Dallas

Over the past year and a half, Washington’s Terry McLaurin has quickly established himself as one of the best wide receivers in football. But in Thursday’s Thanksgiving victory over Dallas, McLaurin’s most impactful moment had nothing to do with catching a football.

Ahead by a touchdown midway through the third quarter, Washington was driving once again and threatening to enter scoring position. But then, Washington quarterback Alex Smith made a poor throw that landed in the hands of Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith with a whole lot of green grass ahead of him.

Smith took off for the end zone, and at first, it didn’t appear as if anyone was going to catch him. All of a sudden though, No. 17 in burgundy came flying into the picture, dodging a half-hearted block from Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch before eventually catching up to Smith, dragging him down at the five-yard line.

“I saw the ball intercepted and I was in range. I was like, ‘Man, I can run him down,'” McLaurin said postgame. “Then, I just saw me and him, and Vander Esch got in my way. But he didn’t get enough of me, and I was like ‘I can still run him down.’ I know Jaylon Smith personally, he’s a fast guy. I just wanted to keep playing until the whistle blew.”

For McLaurin’s teammates, the wide receiver’s exceptional effort came as no surprise. The play was just another example of why McLaurin was unanimously voted a team captain a few weeks back.

 

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Running back Antonio Gibson, who was caught in awe of McLaurin last week while Mic’d up, was extremely impressed with the wideout’s ability to chase down Smith.

“I knew there was one guy that was about to block him,” Gibson said. “I didn’t think [McLaurin] was going to get [Smith] when he [Vander Esch] pushed him. But then he took two or three more steps and I was like ‘Oh my god’ and he caught him. He saved us big time right there.”

For pass rusher Chase Young, who’s been teammates with McLaurin for years dating back to their Ohio State days, McLaurin’s effort on the play served as a microcosm for the type of player and person he is.

“I feel like everybody has to know what type of guy Terry is now,” Young said. “High character, he’s going to give it everything he has every time he steps on the field. Terry is one of those guys that you just know is gonna go every time he touches the field. Every time. He doesn’t stop until the whistle is blown, and you saw that today.”

McLaurin’s touchdown-saving tackle was not only an exceptional effort, but it came at a critical part of the contest. The play — and how Washington responded after the turnover — was a true turning point in Thursday’s victory.

“It’s a huge play because all it did was give us a chance,”

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With Oubre, Wiggins, Curry, is it time to play fast?

Thanks as always to those who submitted questions. You can submit questions for future mailbags to me on Twitter or email them to [email protected] Let’s get to it.

Can we get an updated roster/projected opening day roster? Please.

— Jeff Croft

Sure, Jeff.

PG: Stephen Curry / Brad Wanamaker / Nico Mannion
W: Andrew Wiggins / Damion Lee / Jordan Poole / Mychal Mulder
W: Kelly Oubre Jr. / Kent Bazemore / Juan Toscano-Anderson
F: Draymond Green / Eric Paschall / Alen Smailagic
C: Marquese Chriss / Kevon Looney / James Wiseman

Accounting for Klay Thompson’s roster spot (and not accounting for training-camp invite Dwayne Sutton), that’s 17 players under contract. The Warriors have to get down to 15 by the start of the regular season on Dec. 22.

Four of the starting spots are written with Sharpie, while the center spot remains up for grabs. Training camp will determine who between Chriss, Looney and Wiseman starts opening night, but my money is on Chriss, if only because his passing ability with the starting unit will be important, and the Warriors want to bring along Wiseman, 19, and Looney, coming off an injury-plagued season, slowly.

If they don’t trade Minnesota’s pick next season and keep their own first-round pick from being conveyed to Oklahoma City, do you see them prioritizing guards to help bridge Klay’s role?

— Rudy Gaspar

Next year’s draft is heavy with wings. I’m not sure that played a factor in taking Wiseman, a center, this year, but it sets up nicely for a team that could be looking for young talent there after this season. Not only is Thompson coming off a second straight season-ending injury, but Oubre’s contract is up after the season as well. Plus Bazemore and Wanamaker are signed to one-year deals.

Do they have an outside chance to make the Finals with this roster in your opinion?

— @deepak_narwal23

All they need is to stay healthy, for one of Oubre or Wiggins to take a sudden leap into an All-Star scorer, Curry to have an MVP-caliber season, Green to play like he’s three years younger and for everything to go wrong for the Lakers. If all that happens, yes, they’ll have an outside chance.

Do you expect the Warriors to use the remaining mid-level exception on a wing (Nic Batum, Glenn Robinson) or a big? Any chance of the Warriors signing another backup wing? They still seem thin there. Perhaps a return of Glenn Robinson III? Do you expect the Warriors to make another move or a signing soon, or are they done with all this stuff?

— @witaglizzy, @thecanyonrays, Niko

Guys, they’re done. This is the team.

On a scale of 1-10, how confident are you that Steve Kerr will be able to adapt the Warriors’ playing style to the personnel he has? He’s more rigid than someone like Nick Nurse, who I’d trust more to maximize this squad. Or do you think this roster is a natural fit for Kerr?

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