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Director Philippa Lowthorpe on filming near Laurie Lee's childhood home in Slad A STELLAR LINE-UP WHEN it comes to fellow cast members, the newbies are in good company.
The quantitative results of the algorithm are compared with existing dictionary learning-based methods: K-SVD, among which SLAD is considered superior to others.
In January 2010, after a tip-off the authorities searched Moore's home and found Abraham's decomposing body buried five feet under a concrete slad.
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I have worked with Rajesh and he has supported the SLAD housekeeping team during tough times and helped to foster the team spirit between both the departments.
Rough Bank overlooks the Slad Valley, a landscape brought to life by writer Laurie Lee in his autobiographical novel Cider with Rosie, and is made up of flower-rich grassland which boasts a wide range of orchids.
Set between Cider with Rosie and A Moment at War, the memoir, first published in 1969, recounts Lee's journey in 1935 from his childhood home in Slad, Gloucestshire to London and then on to Spain where he supported himself by playing the violin and became embroiled in the Spanish Civil War.
On our first day we circled Painswick Valley, on the second Slad Valley, setting for Laurie Lee's Cider With Rosie.
de slad rjod byed sgrigs dang brjod bya la|| rang la yid brtan cung zad med gyur kyang|| gzhan gyi zer zlos 'ba' zhig rjes 'brang ba'i|| gzhung rtsom sgru brnyan de dag ngal sos dang||
However, its store in Slad Road, Stroud, which was hit by a flash flood, was expected to remain closed for a further two weeks.
Which author begins the first chapter of his childhood memories thus: `I was set down from the carrier's cart at the age of three; and there with a sense of bewilderment and terror my life in the village began', the name of the village being Slad and the book's title being 'Cider with Rosie'?