Sunday, May 27, 2007

  • BELYANIN Peter Nikolaevich (r. 1926), the Russian scientist in range of a machine industry, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science (1991; corresponding member AN the USSR with 1984). Transactionses on design automation of different production processes, robotics and nonrigid industrial systems. The lenin premium (1980), the State premium of the USSR (1986).
  • BELJANKI, a set of diurnal butterflies. Colour white, yellow, orange, rarely black. A wing - span up to 8 see. Ok. 500 kinds{views}. Are distributed widely. Caterpillars some beljanok (cabbage butterflies, cabbage - worms, pierid butterflies, etc.) damage agricultural crops. 15 kinds{views} are guarded.
  • BELJANKIN Gennady Ivanovich (r. 1927), the Russian architect, the national architect of the USSR (1987). The chief architect of Ekaterinburg (with 1973). The main{basic} activities in Ekaterinburg: a music hall "Cosmos" (1967), the Palace of youth (1973), etc.; monuments and monuments.
  • BELJANKIN Dmitry Stepanovich (1876-1953), the Russian petrographer, the founder of technical petrography, academician AN the USSR (1943). Led probes on Ural, Caucasus, etc. Studied synthetic technical stones (refractories, abradants, etc.).
  • BELJANSKY Alexander Aleksandrovich (1906-81), the statesman. In 1938-41 production manager of the Voronezh aircraft manufacturing plant, in 1942-55 director of aircraft manufacturing plants in Moscow and Kuibyshev effecting shturmoviki Ooze.
  • BELJAUSKAS (Bieliauskas) Alfonsas (r. 1923), the Lithuanian writer, the national writer of Lithuania (1983). Novels " we still shall meet, Vilma! " (1962), " the Kaunas novel " (1966), " Then in a rain " (1977), " Hangover times " (1981), " the Vilnius hills " (1986).
  • BEM (Boehm) Gottfried (r .1920), the german architect. Trained in Munich. Plotted church buildings, owner-occupied dwellings spirit of the medieval german architecture and using achievements of the off-the-shelf technologies (the Urban hall in Bensberge, 1963).
  • BEM (Bohm) Charles (1894-1981), the Austrian conductor. The chief Dresden (1934-43) and Austrian (1943-45, 1954-56) opera theatres. The large interpretive program of operas of V.A.Mozart, R.Strauss, R.Wagner.
  • BEMBA (bavemba, vavemba), people of group to a bow in a north of Zambia (3,1 million person) and in frontier areas of Zaire. An aggregate number over 3,72 million person (1992). Traditional convictions are saved, there are christians.
  • BEM-BAVERK (Bohm-Bawerk) Ejgen (1851-1914), the Austrian economist. Has acted with the substantiation of limiting{marginal} utility of the theory.
  • BEMBEL Andrey Onufrievich (1905-86), the Byelorussian sculptor, the national artist of Belarus (1955). Monumental a plastic, portraits, monuments, memorial band (a complex " Kurgan Glories ", in memory{remembrance} of the Soviet soldiers who have gorged in breakages for discharging of Belarus from german aggressors, bliz Minsk, 1969, with co-authors).
  • BEMBO (Bembo) Pjetro (1470-1547), the italian writer, the theorist of a literary language and style of Renaissance. " Reasoning in prose about national tongue " (1525), the dialogical tract about raised love " Azolanskie conversations " (1505).
  • BEME (Bohme) JAkob (1575-1624), the german philosopher - panteist. On a trade the cobbler. The mysticism and naturalistic philosophy Beme are penetrated naturally - dialektichekimi by ideas. Has rendered major influence on german romanticism.
  • BOEHMITE, mineral of subclass of oxyhydroxides, AlOOH. Light units of the bean-like form, less often the smallest crystals. Hardness 3,5-4, firmness ok. 3 g / sm3. By origin hypergenic. A main mineral of some bauxites.
  • FLAT (frants. bemol), in music - a mark enacting kickdown of any stage{step} zvukorjada on a demitint. Kickdown of a stage{step} on the whole tint means a take - flat.
  • BEN ALI Zin al-Abidin (r. 1936), the president of Tunis, the chairman of Democratic constitutional association since November 1987. The general (1979). In May 1986 - October 1987 Minister of Internal Affairs, in October 1987 prime minister.
  • BENAVA Abdurrauf (1913-87), the Afghani writer and the public figure. Anticolonial istoriko-publicistic activities; a cycle of educational verses " Sad speculations " (1957).
  • BENAVENTE-I-MARTINES (Benavente y Martinez) Hasinto (1866-1954), the spanish playwright. In plays " Known people " (1896), " Nutrition of wild animals " (1898) criticism of an aristocratic society combines{blends} with scorn for "crowd". In comedies " the Game of interests " (1907), " City cheerful and careless " (1916) - the sermon of intellectual perfecting. Entertainment comedies (" Don Huan was ", 1952; " the Pin in a mouth ", 1953, etc.). The Nobel Prize (1922).
  • BENARDOS Nikolay Nikolaevich (1842-1905), the Russian inventor, one of creators of an electric arc welding of metals. Has offered (1882, the patent 1885) a way of electrical arc welding of metals with the help of baked carbons; other ways of a weldment and soldering.
  • BENARES, city in India, see. Varanasi.
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