a.1.Coal-black; very black.
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The first prize for the best project for citizens (DIGIGOV for citizens) was awarded to Wala Atrous of the National Centre of Technologies in Education (French: CNTE) for setting up an electronic platform for the registration of distance students.
"Deeplab: Semantic image segmentation with deep convolutional nets, atrous convolution, and fully connected crfs," in Proc.
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Yuille, "DeepLab: Semantic Image Segmentation with Deep Convolutional Nets, Atrous Convolution, and Fully Connected CRFs," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol.
Asia Atrous of Tunisia's Al-Sabah newspaper said that she felt "ashamed as a fellow Arab" when seeing TV images or hearing of Syrian children dying in the cold or due to hunger or disease.
The aluminum-impregnated bone charcoal takes on a color of silvery white and grey, while the unmodified bone charcoal is atrous. The change of macroscopic features can be observed obviously from this characteristic.
The three finalists included the Atrous group, which had partnered with Egyptian Automotive & Trading (the Egyptian representatives of VW), the Bouchamaoui group, partnered with the Spanish VW reps Domingo Alonso, and a consortium of two Tunisian behemoths, the Amen Group and Poulina consortium.
manama: Essia Atrous could hardly contain her emotions.
Sets, Oum Keltoum Belkassi; costumes, Zolaykha Sherzad; lighting, Sabri el Atrous. Opened, reviewed June 11, 2011.
His wife, Sajida Mubarak Atrous Al Rishawi, also 35, was supposed to blow herself up there as well.