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luma

The black/gray/white information in a video signal, represented as the letter "Y." Color information is transmitted as luma (brightness) and chroma (color). The luma is a weighted sum of the RGB colors. See luminance, YUV and YUV/RGB conversion formulas.
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Patrick also revealed how he was put down the exact same shaft where Louma died just a couple of days later.
1979; Salomans and Foerstner 1980) have shown significant relationships between metal adsorption and soil properties (McLaren and Crawford 1973; Louma and Bryan 1981; King 1988).
Playing off one another like two faces of the same coin, Fatat Bahmad's depictions of rural countryside in oil mesh with Louma Rabah's acrylic renderings of urban landscapes.
So far, beaches designated asdog-friendlyare Koradjia off Kato Pyrgos, Louma opposite the Waterworld water park in Ayia Thekla, Spyros Beach south of Larnaca airport, the beach northwest of Paphos airport in Acheleia and Kampos tis Foinitzias off Neo Chorio in Paphos.
In the third period Louma was making some impressive saves and the Devils third line were working hard.
1979; Salomons and Foerstner 1980) have shown significant relationships between metal adsorption and soil properties (McLaren and Crawford 1973; Louma and Bryan 1981; King 1988).
In addition to Monagroulli, other beaches designated as dog-friendly are Koradjia off Kato Pyrgos, Louma opposite the Waterworld water park in Ayia Thekla, Spyros Beach south of Larnaca airport, the beach northwest of Paphos airport in Acheleia and Kampos tis Foinitzias off Neo Chorio in Paphos.
The jury -- comprised of designer Marc Baroud, art consultant and editor-in-chief of Collect art magazine Christophe Dosogne, curator and collector Janine Maamari, museums consultant Louma Salame, calligrapher Samir Sayegh and curator Diana Wiegersma -- appears to have been particularly receptive to work exhibiting cross-cultural dimensions, as well as a focus on materiality and experimentation with its physical and conceptual possibilities.