Tuesday, May 15, 2007

  • BLUMFILD (Bloomfield) Leonard (1887-1949), American jazykoved. Transactionses on the romano-German linguistics, tongues multisynthetic building JUgo-Vost. Asia and the Sowing. America. The adherent of behaviorism. Views Blumfilda are developed by descriptive linguistics.
  • BLOEMFONTEIN (Bloemfontein), city in the republic of South Africa, an administrative centre prov. Orange. 104 thousand inhabitants (1985). The metal-working, alimentary, tanning enterprises. University.
  • BLEK (Black) James Uajt (r. 1924), the English pharmacologist. Transactionses on building blockers? - adrenoreceptors and histaminic H2 - receptors which apply to treatment of cardiovascular diseases and a peptic ulcer of a stomach. The Nobel Prize (1988, together with D.Hitchingsom and G.Elajon).
  • BLEK Joseph (1728-99), the Scottish chemist and physics, the foreign honorary member Petersburg AN (1783). Has discovered (1754) carbon dioxide. Has placed (1757) existence of latent heats of a melting and vapourizations. Has entered (1760) concept of a heat capacity. Promoted overthrow of the theory flogistona.
  • " BLEK SABBAT " (Black Sabbath), the English rock group, is derivated in 1969 in Birmingham. Initial structure: Ozzi Osborn (vocal), Founder Jommi (the gear quadrant, a flute), Terri Gizer Butler (bass - gear quadrant), Bill Uard (impact). Albums " Black Sabbath " (1970), "Paranoid" (1970) have caused approach of epoch of incentive hard - fate. The disc "Volume-4" has become "golden" by quantity of the sold copies. In-process "Sabotage" (1975) the tendency of rendezvous with classics was exhibited. The text concept of group - mysticism and the social protest. The disc " Seventh Star " (1986) has marked itself the third stage of creative life of group which distinctive feature become new, "eastern", motives.
  • BLACKBURN (Blackburn), city in the Great Britain, in England. 88 thousand inhabitants (1981). Textile, sewing, alimentary, a footwear industry.
  • BLEKETT (Blackett) Patrik Mejnard Stjuart (1897-1974), English physics, the member (1933) and the president (1965-70) London royal societies, foreign member AN the USSR (1966). Classical probes on physics of ultrarays with the help improved him of an expansion chamber. The Nobel Prize (1948).
  • BLACKPOOL (Blackpool), city in the Great Britain, in England; a climatic health resort on Irish m. of 144 thousand inhabitants (1988).
  • BLAIR (Blair) Robert (1699-1746), the Scottish poet. His poem "Tomb" (1743) was illustrated by U.Blejk (1808).
  • BLAIR (Blair) Entoni (r. 1953), the English statesman, the prime minister (with 1997). The leader of the Labour party of the Great Britain (with 1994), a member of Parliament (1983).
  • PATELLA STEPPE (zapadiny, baking plates), flat-bottomed hollows, are more often than the spherical form, in a diameter up to several hundreds meters and depth up to several meters; predominary procharge origin. Are distributed in steppe and forest-steppe zones of the European part of the Russian Federation and on Ukraine.
  • BLUES (English blues, abbr. from blue devils - a melancholia, depression), originally solo village, and then a urban lyrical song of the American Negros of routinely sad content. Has developed in nach. 20 century, one of sources of jazz music. Bljuzovaja the tradition is submitted practically in all main jazz styles.
  • BLOOM (English bloom) (bljums, blum), intermediate of metallurgical manufacture - a steel billet with the party over 140 mm, received from bullions a bloomimg or from molten metal on machines of a continuous casting.
  • BLOOM (Blume) the Isabella (1892-1975), the Belgian public figure. The member of Presidium of World Advice of the World with 1951, in 1965-69 his president - coordinator. The international Lenin premium (1953).
  • BLOOM (Blum) Leon (1872-1950), the leader and the theorist of the French socialist party. In 1936-38 chapter of governments of the Popular front. Conducted a course on "reconciliation" of fascist aggressors. After german occupation of France (1940) it arrested and interned in Germany. In December 1946 - January 1947 headed the government which has unleashed war in Indochina.
  • BLOOM (Blum) Robert (1807-48), the participant of Revolutions 1848-49 in Germany and Austria. The chief of democrats of Saxony, one of leaders of the left-handed wing of the Frankfurt national assembly, the participant of armed extirpation in Vienna (October 1848). Rasstreljan under the sentence of the Austrian military court.
  • BLJUMENTAL-TAMARINA Maria Mihajlovna (1859-1938), the Russian actress, the national actress of the USSR (1936). On the scene with 1887. With 1933 at Small theatre. The best roles in A.N.Ostrovsky plays. Acted in film.
  • BLJUMENTROST Lawrence Lavrentjevich (1692-1755), lejb-physician Peter I, the first president Petersburg AN (1725-33).
  • BLOOMING (English blooming) (bluming), the rolling mill for compression of steel ingots in blooms. Are sometimes used for slabbing and shaped blanks. The dia of mill rolls in mm which is routinely written down near to the word a blooming (napr is defined.. 1500).
  • BLOOMING-SLABBING MILL, the combined rolling mill for compression of large steel ingots in slabs or blooms.
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