Tuesday, May 29, 2007

  • BIZHAGOSH (Ilhas dos Bijagos), group of low islands (ok. 60) for a western shore of Africa, in structure of Guinea - Bissau. 1600 êì2. Mangrove forests. A port - Bolama.
  • COSTUME JEWELLERY (from frants. bijouterie - trade in jewels), women dressings (brooches, a glass bead, rings, etc.) from precious stones, metals, etc.
  • MIZZEN MAST, see in an item. A spar tree.
  • BIZERTE, city and port in a north of Tunis, an administrative centre vilajeta Bizerte. 94,5 thousand inhabitants (1984). Petroleum refinery. A cement industry, nonferrous machine industry, handcrafts (a carpet weaving, a lace making). It is based at-sight a Phoenician settlement.
  • BI-ZET (Bz), colourless crystals, tïë 165 °C. A poisonous substance of psychotomimetic action (under foreign data). At concentration in air of 0,1 mg / l and expositions of 1 mines invokes{produces} the visual and emotional hallucinations continuing about one day.
  • BUSINESS (English business), enterprise activity; business, the occupation being an earner.
  • " BUSINESS WICK " (" Business Week "), an economic - political weekly journal in the USA, with 1929, New York.
  • BISON, a cloven-hoofed animal of a set polorogih. It is close to a bison. The length of a body up to 3 m, weighs up to 720 kg. The Sowing dwelt{lived} in prairies. America. To kon. 19 century almost it is completely exterminated. Due to adopted measures it was saved primarily in national parks and reservations the USA and Canada (predominary in Wood - Baffalo).
  • BIINJAO, in the Chinese mythology of a bird - nerazluchnitsy, a numeral of a matrimony. Were represented with one side panel and one eye.
  • BIISHEVA Zajnab (r. 1908), the Bashkir writer. Historical novels about life the Bashkir in 20 century: the trilogy "Degraded" (1959), "Waking" (" For Major Ika ", 1967), "Emesh" (1977). Stories. Verses, dramas, fairy tales, products{creations} for children.
  • BIJO-VARENN (Billaud-Varenne) Jean Nikola (1756-1819), the figure of the French revolution kon. 18 century, jakobinets. With 1792 deputy of the Convent, since September 1793 committee member of public salvage. In 1794 has adjoined to termidoriantsam.
  • BIISK, city (with 1782) in the Russian Federation, Altay kr., landing stage on r. Bija. A depot. 234,5 thousand inhabitants (1992). Beginning CHujskogo of an automobile tract. A machine industry, chemical, mild (lnokombinat), alimentary, a woodworking industry. Pedagogical institute. Theatre. A study of local lore museum. It is based in 1709.
  • BIJ-HEM, the river in Tuva, see Major Yenisei.
  • BIJJA (Biya) Pol (r. 1933), the president of Cameroon with 1982. In 1975-82 prime minister. With 1980 vice-president, with 1983 national chairman of party in power Democratic association kamerunskogo people.
  • BIKANER, city in northwest of India, pieces. Rajasthan. 415 thousand inhabitants (1991). A chemical industry. Handcrafts (carpets, items from an ivory).
  • BIKBAJ (Bikbaev) Bajazit (1909-68), the Bashkir poet and the playwright. Collections of lyrical verses and poems. A drama poem "Salavat" (1940-54) on the basis of which composer Z.Ismagilovym builds opera " Salavat Yulaev " (production in 1955). Roman about a modernity " When is teemed Akseljan " (1956); memoirs " Alive sources " (1968).
  • BIKBULATOVA Zajtuna Islamovna (r. 1908), the Bashkir actress, the national actress of the USSR (1973). With 1927 at the Bashkir theatre him{it}. Gafuri (Ufa).
  • BIQUADRATIC EQUATION (from bi... And an armour. quadratus - square), an algebraic equation of a kind{view} ax4 + bx2 + c = 0. His{its} solution is resulted in the solution of a quadratic equation by permutation y = x2.
  • BIKILA Abbebe (1932-73), the Ethiopian sportsman. First in a history of Olympic Games the athlete who doubly has conquered superiority{championship} in marathon race (1960, 1964).
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