Friday, May 25, 2007

  • BAJRAM-ALI, (Bajramaly), city (with 1931) in Turkmenii, region Maryjskaja. A depot. 5,3 thousand inhabitants (1991). Hlopkoochistitelnaja, alimentary, a building materials an industry. A climatic health resort for renal ill. Bliz Bajram-Ali - ruins of ancient Merv. In 28 kms northward - gum-state mausoleum Hudaj-Nazar-ovlija (nach. 12 century). In area Bajram-Ali production of a natural gas is conducted.
  • SMALL FORESTS IN STEPPE RAVINES (from the turki. bajrak - a balk) (bayrak woods, gills), the deciduous forests growing on verhovjam and downslopes of beams in a steppe zone of an european part of Russia and on Ukraine. Forest forming species - an oak, an ash, a pine, an elm.
  • BAJREJT (Bayreuth), city in Germany, ground Bavaria. 70 thousand inhabitants (1988). A machine industry, textile, polygraphic, a flavoring industry. The musical festivals. It is known with 1194.
  • BAJREJTSKY THEATRE (" Wagner Theatre ", "Festshpilhauz"), the opera theatre, is open{discovered} in August 1876 in Bajrejte. It is built on R.Wagner premeditation. With 1882 here are carried out{conducted} Bajrejtskie festivals (Wagner operas are executed).
  • BAJSEITOVA Kuljash (1912-57), the Kazakh singer (a liriko-coloratura soprano), the national actress of the USSR (1936). One of founders of the Kazakh opera art. In 1934-57 at the Kazakh theatre of opera and ballet. The state premium of the USSR (1948, 1949).
  • BAJSUN, city (with 1975) in Uzbekistan, the Surkhan-Darya region of 17,4 thousand inhabitants (1991). A silk-weaving factory.
  • BAJSUNTAU, southwest spur of a mountain Gissarskogo hr. In Uzbekistan. Length ok. 150 kms. An altitude up to 4424 m.
  • OCTAD (English byte), the part of a machine word consisting routinely from 8 bit (binary ones) and used as a unit of quantity of the information at its{her} storage, drive and machining on a computer. The octad ministers for submission of characters, syllables and special numerals (all occupying routinely of 8 bit) or decimal digits (on 2 digits in 1 octad).
  • BLACK TEA, see in an item. Tea.
  • BAJ-HU (the White Tiger), in the Chinese mythology spirit of the west, the sentinel of country dead.
  • BAJHE, the river on the orient of China; draining with rivers JUndinhe and Vejhe, will derivate r. Hajhe. 560 kms, the area of basin of 280 thousand êì2. It is navigable in the lower flow.
  • TANK (niderl. bak), a nose deckhouse of a vessel for protection of a upper deck against priming by a head sea, for increase of unsinkability (the closed tank), disposition of office accommodations. On a tank there are anchor and mooring devices.
  • TANK (Bacq) Zenon Marseilles (1903-83), the Belgian physiologist and the radiobiologist, foreign member AN the USSR (1958). Probeed a chemism of drive of nervous impulse. Transactionses on the mechanism of biological effect of an ionizing radiation, survey of radioprotectors.
  • TANK (Buck) Pearl (1892-1973), the American writer. Realistic novels about life of Chinese people (the "Earth", 1931; "Sons", 1932); social novels from the American life. The Nobel Prize (1938).
  • TANK Tim (1891-1973), one of organizers KP of Canada (1921), in 1929-62 secretary general, with 1962 chairman of a consignment.
  • TANK (Baka) JUzef (1707-80), the Polish poet of the Lithuanian origin, the priest - jesuit. His{its} creativity has become top t. n. " Sarmatian Baroque ".
  • BAKAL, city (with 1951) in the Russian Federation, the Chelyabinsk region. A depot. 23,9 thousand inhabitants (1992). Production of iron oxide.
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