Friday, May 25, 2007

  • BALKHASH, closed lake in Kazakhstan, to Balkhash - Alakolskoj to a hollow. 17-22 thousand êì2, depth up to 26 m. In a western part water fresh, in eastern - saltish. The rivers run into lake Or, Karatal, etc. Navigation. Fishery. Main landing stages: Buryldajtal, Burlitobe. On Balkhash - Balkhash. An environmental setting unfavorable.
  • BALKHASH - ALAKOLSKAJA the HOLLOW, a flat selfcontained hollow in Kazakhstan, at the altitude 342-600 m. The large part is occupied an eskar. Balkhash. On the orient - an eskar. Sasykkol and Alakol, in the south - sand deserts Taukum, Mujunkum, Sarais - Ishikotrau, etc.
  • BALHI Abu SHakur (915-?), the persian and Tadjik poet. Alongside with Rudaki the founder of the didactic epos in the literature on farsi. " The book of creation " (945-948) was saved in fragments and quotations.
  • BALTSAN Joseph Lvovich (1923-75), the Moldavian poet. Collections of lyrical verses on a modernity " On the sentinel of life " (1949), " Through years " (1959), " the Choir of instant " (1973). Publicism.
  • BALCHESKU Í., see N.
  • BALIKESIR (Balikesir), city in the west Turkey, an administrative centre ilja Balikesir. 170 thousand inhabitants (1990). Textile, alimentary, cement and a woodworking industry.
  • BALBO (Balbo) CHezare (1789-1853), one of leaders of liberal wing Risordzhimento. In 1848 prime minister of the Sardinian kingdom.
  • BALBOA (Balboa) Vasko Nunjes de, see. Nunjes de Balboa.
  • BALGOS (Balgos) Mariano (1898-1954), one of osnovatelej KP Philippines (1930). During Japanese occupation (December 1941-45) one of chiefs Hukbalahap. From 1950 Liberation armies of country commanding by connection. Has perished in fight.
  • BALD (Baldus, Baldo) (1327-1400), the italian lawyer, the representative of school of postglossators.
  • BALDEN (Balden) Teo (r. 1904), the german sculptor. Humanistic products{creations} Baldena are full powers, plastic intensity ("Ernest Bush", 1962).
  • BALDR (dr .-èñë. mister), in the Scandinavian mythology one of gods - aces, the juvenile and perfect{fine} god of spring, son Odina and Frigg. The cohesive prosaic story about Baldre is contained in " the Junior Edda "; in eddicheskoj to him the poem " Dreams Baldra " is dedicated poetry. The myth about mors Baldra is connected with eshatologicheskimi submissions about death of gods and all world.
  • BALDUNG (Baldung; a nickname Green, Grien) Hans (ok. 1484/85-1545), the german painter and the schedule{chart}. The representative of Revitalization. In products{creations} Baldunga the rational beginning is discordant combines{blends} with mysticism (an altar of a cathedral in Freiburg - im-Brajsgau, 1512-16).
  • BALZAC (Balzac) Onore de (1799-1850), the French writer. The epopee " the Human comedy " from 90 novels and stories is connected by general premeditation and many characters: the novel " the Unknown masterpiece " (1831), "Shagreen leather" (1830-31), "Eugeny Grande" (1833), "Father Gorio" (1834-35), "Caesar Birotto" (1837), "Lost dreams" (1837-43), "Cousine Betta" (1846). Balzac epopee - grandiose on a latitude of scope a realistic pattern of the French society.
  • SNAPWEED, the same, that a yellow balsam.
  • EMBALMING, permeating of tissues of a corpse by the substances handicapping their decomposition. In Other. Egypt and other countries of the Orient to an embalming applied balms (from here the title).
  • BALMS (from grech. balsamon - aromatic pitch), natural substances which structure includes essential oils and dissolved pitches into them, aromatic and other connections. Will be derivated primarily in subtropical and macrotherms. Use in medicine, microscopic technique, etc.
  • BALI, in boreal part of medieval France the royal officer, the chapter of judicial - administrative division (baljazha). The position balji is abolished during Great French revolution.
  • BALMASEDA (Balmaceda) Hose Manuel (1840-91), the president of Chile in 1886-91. Opposed expansions of the foreign capital. Has committed suicide in connection with begun against him{it} under the initiative of conservative - clerical circles act of war.
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