Sunday, May 27, 2007

  • BELSKO-BJALA (Bielsko-Biala), city in the south of Poland, in Predkarpatje, Belsky administrative centre voevodstva. 178 thousand inhabitants (1990). A machine industry, a textile industry.
  • BELSKOE GORODISHCHE, residues of a reinforced Scythian settlement of 6 century up to n. e. - 1 century n. e. For a seconds. Belsk on Ukraine, the Poltava region. Residues of home units, pinfolds, craft workshops.
  • BELT MAJOR (dates. Store Baelt) one of the channels bridging Baltic m. from prol. Kattegat. Ok. 120 kms, the least width of 11 kms, a critical depth of 11,3 m. In inclement winters solidifies.
  • BELT SMALL (dates. Lille Baelt), one of the channels bridging Baltic m. from prol. Kattegat. Ok. 130 kms, the least width of 0,5 kms, depth from 10-15 m in a north up to 25-35 m in the south. In inclement winters solidifies. Through Belt Small are constructed a railway bridge (on a main Hamburg - Copenhagen - Stockholm) and 2 automobile bridges.
  • BELT DUCK (from English belting - a drivebelt), a strong cotton duck for manufacturing conveyer belts and rubberized drivebelts.
  • BELTRAMI (Beltrami) Eudzhenio (1835-1900), italian mathematician. The main{basic} transactionses on geometry. Has shown, that Lobachevsky geometry (plane geometry) will be realized{sold} on a surface called as a pseudosphere.
  • BELFLER-CHINESE APPLE, pozdneosenny a grade of an apple tree, in mean and austral areas of a fruit growing of Russia. I.V.Michurinym is introduced. Fruits large, soft, sweet - sourish, spicy, incense. Productivity up to 100-180 kg from a tree.
  • BELFOR (Belfort), city on the orient France, an administrative centre of department Belfor. A traffic centre for mountain pass between Vosges and JUroj (" the Burgundian gate "). St. 50 thousand inhabitants (1982). A machine-building, chemical, textile industry. In past Belfor - the military strength withstanding a number{series} osad (1814, 1815, 1870-71), has existed down to 1-st world war.
  • STEPPE BELTSSKAJA (Stepa-Beltsuluj, Stepa Baltului), pologoholmistaja plain in a north of Moldova, in a bass. r. Reut. An altitude of 150-200 m. Almost bodily it ploughed up.
  • BELTSY, city in Moldova, see. Belts.
  • BELCHIKOV Nikolay Fedorovich (1890-1979), the literary critic, corresponding member AN the USSR (1953). Transactionses about F.M.Dostoevskom, N.G.Chernyshevskom, G.V.Plehanove.
  • DRESS CIRCLE (frants. beletage), 1) the first storey (level) of auditorium above a front stalls and an amphitheatre;.. 2) the second, ceremonial level of a palace, a private residence.
  • BELJUTIN Eliahs Mihajlovich (r. 1925), the Russian artist and the theorist of art. One of leaders Russian " informal art ", has organized well-known (due to the scandal made by N.S.Hrushchevym) an exhibition of avant-gardists in the Moscow Manege (1962). Long years led private{individual} studio where learned{taught} principles to " a new reality " - to skill to extend full-scale forms, saving them in abstraction. The same principle of monumental - pointless transfiguration of a nature is characteristic and for his{its} painting and polihromnoj sculptures.
  • BELYAVSKY Sergey Ivanovich (1883-1953), the Russian astronomer, corresponding member AN the USSR (1939). Transactionses on astrophotometry, probe of variable stars, a photographic astrometry. Has discovered 37 planetoids, over 250 variable stars and a comet.
  • BELJAEV Alexander Romanovich (1884-1942), the Russian writer. Sci-fi products{creations}: " the Head of professor Douelja " (1925), "Person - amphibia" (1928), " Aster KETS " (1936), etc.
  • BELJAEV Anatoly Ivanovich (1906-67), the Russian metallurgist, corresponding member AN the USSR (1960). The main{basic} tr. On metallurgy of light metals, semiconductive materials.
  • BELJAEV Vasily Nikolaevich (1902/03-67), the Russian cameraman and the producer. Documentaries: " Line Mannergejma " (1941), "CHernomortsy" (1942), " National avengers " (1943), etc. Together with M.I.Romm - "Vladimir Iljich Lenin" (1948). State premiums of the USSR (1941, 1943, 1946, 1949, 1951).
  • BELJAEV Victor Mihajlovich (1888-1968), the Russian musicologist, the doctor of art criticism (1944). The main{basic} transactionses on a history of music of the Orient. The professor of the Moscow conservatory (with 1944).
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