Sunday, May 13, 2007

  • BADAJ-RIPARIAN FOREST, reservation in Uzbekistan, Kara-Kalpak. It is based in 1971. The area 5929 ga. Riparian forests in a bottom land of Amu Darya (is lower. Beruni) and accumbent epines of desert. Turanga, an asparagus persian. A wild boar, the steppe cat, a hare; a pheasant, a globe flower, etc.
  • BADALAMENTI (Badalamenti) (psevd. Endi Bedejl) Angelo (r. 1937), the American composer, the arranger, the poet. The greatest success has brought to him the creative union with film director D.Lynch to which film " the Blue velvet ", and also has written a teleserial "Twin Piks" music.
  • BADALBEJLI Farhad SHamsi ogly (r. 1947), the Azerbaijan pianist, the national actor of the USSR (1990.) 1-n the premium at International competition of pianists in Lisbon (1968). The professor of the Azerbaijan conservatory (with 1985).
  • BADALONA (Badalona), city in Spain, in avt. Region. Catalonia, suburb of Barcelona. 225 thousand inhabitants (1990). A textile industry, a machine industry; perfumery, glass, optical and other enterprises. A seaside resort..
  • BERGENIA, stem of perennial grasses of a set of a saxifrage family. 11 kinds, predominary in Center., Compare and Vost. Asia. In crop - the decorative, tannic and medicinal (binding, emollient at inflammations of mucous membrane) plants.
  • BADARIJSKAJA CROP (in archeology) epoch eneolita (5 thousand up to n. e.) in Egypt. The title on a seconds. Badari (Compare. Egypt). Settlements and burials. An economy: a hunt, primitive agriculture, cattle breeding.
  • BADAJOZ (Badajoz), city in Spain, in avt. Region. An estremadura, an administrative centre prov. Badajoz. A shipping point for border with Portugal. 128 thousand inhabitants (1990). A tanning industry. A cathedral (a gothic, 13 century), bridge Palmas on 32 arcs (16 century).
  • BADB, in irish mythology the goddess of war and destruction.
  • BRAZILITE, mineral of subclass of simple oxides, ZrO2. Yellow, black, green small-sized crystals. Hardness 6,5; firmness ok. 5,5 g / sm3. Meets in karbonatitah and the ultramain alkaline breeds, sometimes in stream gravels. Raw material for a ceramic industry and manufactures of refractories. Is part some ores of zirconium.
  • BUD (the self-title - bade, a trouble), people in Nigeria. Number of 650 thousand person (1992). Tongue bade. Believers - moslems - sunnity, the part holds on to traditional convictions.
  • BADEN (Baden - baj-Vin) (Baden bei Wien), city in Austria, a balneal health resort in piedmonts of the Austrian Wood. 23 thousand inhabitants (1987). Wine-making, museums.
  • BADEN (Baden), city in Switzerland, to northwest from Zurich. 14 thousand inhabitants (1985, with suburbs of 67 thousand inhabitants). Electrotechnical, a light industry. A balneal health resort. An architectonic monument of 15-18 centuries.
  • BADEN (Baden), since 11 century german markgrafstvo (in 1535 it was divided into Baden-Baden and Baden - Durlah; with 1771 it is again joint). In 1806-1918 great duchy (capital Karlsruhe), then ground of Germany; with kon. 1951 part of ground Baden-Wurttemberg.
  • BADEN-BADEN (Baden-Baden), city on a southwest of Germany, ground Baden-Wurttemberg. 51 thousand inhabitants (1988). A balneal health resort in mountains Schwarzwald. Center of tourism. An architectonic monument of 7-19 centuries.
  • BADEN-WURTTEMBERG (Baden Wurttemberg), ground in Germany. 35,7 thousand êì2. The population 9,8 million person (1991). Adm. ts. - Stuttgart.
  • BADENSKAJA CROP (in archeology), epoch eneolita (kon. 3-rd thousand up to n. e.) in Compare. To Europe. The title on finds for Baden (Austria). Ground burials, reinforced settlements. Stone axes, copper subjects, etc. The Economy: a hunt and cattle breeding.
  • BADENSKAJA SCHOOL (also frejburgskaja and Heidelberg), a direction in neokantianstve kon. 19 - nach. 20 centuries. Main representatives - taught V.Vindelband and G.Rikkert at universities of Freiburg (Frejburga) and Heidelberg grounds Badens (Germany). The basis of human crop saw in an orb of theoretical values. Contrasted a method of natural sciences to a method of historical sciences (sciences about crop). Negated existence of objective regularities of a history.
  • BUD - ZALTSUNGEN (Bad Salzungen), a balneal health resort in Germany, to the south from Ejzenaha.
  • BADI AZ-SAMAN (an ice-film. A name Ahmed ibn al-Husejn al-Hamadani) (969-1007), the Arabian writer. The creator literary a genre makamy. A cycle of short stories from urban life.
  • BADINGS (Badings) Henk (1907-87), the Netherlands composer. Applied the modern kompozitorskuju technique (electronic music, etc.). 6 operas, 8 ballets, 15 concordances, concerts for instruments with an orchestra, etc.
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