Tuesday, May 29, 2007

  • BIKIN, city (with 1938) in the Russian Federation, Khabarovsk kr., in a valley r. Bikin. A depot. 19,1 thousand inhabitants (1992). Wood-working, mild, a food-processing industry.
  • BIKIN, the river in mountains Sihote-Alinja, dextral in-leak{influx} of Ussuri. 560 kms, the area of basin of 22,3 thousand êì2.
  • BIKINI (Bikini), an atoll in Quiet ok., in arh. Marshall islands. Ok. 5 êì2. To 1946 and 1954 USA conducted to Bikini tests nuclear and a hydrogen weapon, the islands which have reduced in the considerable destruction.
  • BIKKENIN Nail Barievich (r. 1931), the philosopher and the journalist, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science (1991; corresponding member AN the USSR with 1987). The managing editor of the log-book "Communist" (with 1987; with 1991 managing editor of the log-book " Loose thought "). Transactionses on social philosophy and political science.
  • BIKOL (self-title), people on Philippines (primarily on p-ove Bikol, on about. Luzon). 4,5 million person (1992). Tongue of the Indonesian branch. Believers - basically roman catholics.
  • BIKONSFILD (Beaconsfield) Á., see Dizraeli Á.
  • DRUM (from a nem. Buchse - a can, bank), a metal box in which sterilize and keep a sterile dressing material, an operational constant wear garment.
  • BIKSIO (Bixio) Dzhirolamo Nino (1821-1873), the italian democrat, spodvizhnik Dzh. Garibaldi.
  • BIKTEMIROV SHaukat Hasanovich (r. 1928), the tatar actor, the national actor of the USSR (1977). With 1949 at the Tatar theatre him{it}. Kamal (Kazan).
  • SAFETY FUSE, the same, that a blasting fuse.
  • BIKCHENTAEV Anver Gadeevich (1913-89), the Bashkir writer. Stories, stories, novels about a modernity " Swans remain on Ural " (1956), " I not sulju thee paradise " (1963), " the Spring similar to cry " (1981).
  • BILATERAL (from bi... And an armour. lateralis - lateral), double-end, bilateral, relating both (two) parties, parts something. Napr., the bilateral agreement, a bilateralism. Compare. Lateral.
  • BILASH Alexander Ivanovich (r. 1931), the Ukrainian composer, the national actor of the USSR (1990). Lyrical, patriotic songs; operas, operettas.
  • BILENKI (Bilenchi) Romano (r. 1909), the italian writer. The participant of movement of Resistance. Realistic novellistika; the novel " the Asylum Sacred Terezy " (1940), the anti-fascist novel " Stalingradskaja a button " (1972).
  • BIELEFELD (Bielefeld), city in Germany, ground the Sowing. Rhine - Vestfalija. 322,1 thousand inhabitants (1992). The textile centre (since 16 century), a machine industry, textile, a chemical industry. University.
  • BILIBIN Ivan Jakovlevich (1876-1942), the Russian schedule{chart} and the theatrical artist. The member of " the World of art ". Case histories to Russian fairy tales and bylinas in a decorative - actuarial ortamental manner, founded on a stylization of motives of Russian national and medieval art.
  • BILIBIN Jury Aleksandrovich (1901-52), the geologist, corresponding member AN the USSR (1946). Transactionses on metallogenii and to conditions of education of placer deposits of gold. The participant of discovering of gold-bearing areas on north-east of the USSR. The state premium of the USSR (1946).
  • BILIBINO, city (with 1993) in the Russian Federation, Chukchi and. About., at interflow rr. Karalveem and B.Kaperveem. 13,3 thousand inhabitants (1993). Production of gold, manufacture of a building materials, the alimentary enterprises. Atomic power station. It is called named J.A.Bilibina.
  • BILINGVIZM (from bi... And an armour. lingua - tongue) (dvujazychie), possession of two tongues.
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