Monday, May 14, 2007

  • BERDICHEV, city (with 1845) on Ukraine, Zhitomir region. A railway junction. 93,4 thousand inhabitants (1991). Factories: machine-tool constructing, a chemical machine industry. Furniture, polygraphic, mild, a food-processing industry. Has arisen in 15 century.
  • BERDNIKOV George Petrovich (1915-1996), the Russian literary critic, corresponding member Russian AN (1991; corresponding member AN the USSR with 1974). Books on a history of the Russian literature of 19 century. The state premium of the USSR, (1985).
  • BERDSK, city (with 1944) in the Russian Federation, Novosibirsk region, on r. Berd, bliz its lockins in Novosibirsk water reservoir. A depot. 81,2 thousand inhabitants (1992.) softwares "Vega" (stereophonic electrorecord players, tape recorders, etc.); factories: chemical, industrial rubber goods, etc. Alimentary, a light industry. It is based in nach. 18 century.
  • BERDSLI (Berdslej) (Beardsley) Obri (1872-98), English risovalshchik. Painfully brittle drawings distinguished by the masterly game of outline profiles and lines (a case history to "Salome" O.Uajlda, 1894), have influenced on the schedule of style "modernist style".
  • BERDYSH (polsk. berdysz), a cold steel, a broad lengthy axe with an edge by the way a half moon on the lengthy shaft; in the inventory Russian infantry in 15-17 centuries. To berdyshu a kind of weapons the halberd was close.
  • BERDYANSK (in 1939-58 Osipenko), city (with 1835) on Ukraine, Zaporozhye region, a port on the Azov m. A depot. 135 thousand inhabitants (1991). Factories: "Azovkabel", "JUzhgidromash", "Azovselmash", etc.; manufacture of glass-fibre, hydrocarbon oils; flavoring, a light industry. Pedagogical institute. Study of local lore, art museums. Muddy and a climatic health resort. It is based in 1827.
  • BAIRE BOSK, an autumnal grade of a pear of the French origin. Fruits large, with thawing, very soft, incense pulp. Productivity up to 250-300 kg from a tree.
  • COAST, strip of interaction between a land and a water reservoir (a sea, lake, water reservoir) or between a land and a channel (the river, a temporary torrent).
  • BEREGINI, in vostochnoslavjanskoj mythologies of the goddess of a nature, olitsetvorjavshie wood and water physical agents.
  • The COASTAL DEFENCE, forces, a means of fleet and coastal strengthening for the defence of marine bases, ports, a shore and islands. Coast defense implements common efforts of a land forces, a VTR (Naval Forces), air force and a troops of air defence.
  • BEREGOVO, city (with 1946) on Ukraine, Zakarpatye region. A depot. 30,3 thousand inhabitants (1991). Furniture and wood-working combines; flavoring, a light industry; majolikovyj factory, etc. The Gothic church (15 century) Is known from 11 century.
  • COASTAL George Timofeevich (1921-1995), astronaut. A pilot - astronaut of the USSR (1968), the general - lieutenant of aircraft (1977), the participant of Great Domestic war, doubly the Hero of Soviet Union (1944, 1968), the candidate of the psychologic sciences, the deserved pilot - verifier of the USSR (1961). Flight on "Soyuz - 3" (October 1968). The chief of Center of preparation of astronauts him. Gagarin in 1972-87. The state premium of the USSR (1981).
  • COASTAL BACKBONE (Coast Range), in the west of Canada and the USA. Ok. 1700 kms. An altitude up to 4042 m (. Uoddington). Coniferous forests. Icehouses, places descended up to a sea level.
  • BANK PROTECTED STRUCTURES, minister for protection of coasts of water reservoirs against blasting influence of waves, flows, head of water, ice, etc. Dike dams concern To bank protected structures, wave absorbers, gabions, cross groynes, dams, etc.
  • BEREZHANY, city (with 1939) on Ukraine, the Ternopol region. A depot. 17,7 thousand inhabitants (1991). A glass-works, furniture combine, a food-processing industry. It is known with 1375.
  • BEREZHKOV Nikolay Georgievich (1886-1956), the Russian historian, the doctor of historical sciences. Transactionses on a history of the Great principality of the Lithuanian 14-16 centuries, chronology of the Russian annals.
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