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Messidor

 

(from Latin messis, “harvest,” and Greek doron, “gift”), the tenth month of the year in the French republican calendar adopted by the Convention in October 1793 and in effect until Jan. 1, 1806. Messidor covered the period from June 19–20 to July 18–19.

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Table 8 shows the comparison results on the Messidor dataset.
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However, the performance of ophthalmologist number three varied significantly; he showed greatest accuracy while working on MESSIDOR dataset and the lowest accuracy while working on Magrabi dataset.
Messidor was resistant to pathotype Pgt-MCC of wheat stem rust and CIho 7595 was resistant to net blotch, spot blotch, and powdery mildew.
But in 1988, Messidor moved to the Dominican Republic.
The details of image features used in Messidor database are listed as follows:
ROYAL Ascot winner Pisco Sour disappointed on his European debut for Godolphin when he was last in the Prix Messidor at Maisons-Laffitte yesterday.
The colt was fifth to Fuisse in the Group Three Prix Messidor at Maisons-Laffitte, France.
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LIBRETTIST is set to return to Group One company on his next start after landing the Group Three Prix Messidor at Maisons-Laffitte.