Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • BORLOUG (Borlaug) Norman Ernest (r. 1914), the American scientist - selector. With 1944 at the International centre on improvement of grades of corn and wheat (Mexico), with 1966 chief. Has introduced new high-yielding varieties of wheat. The Nobel Prize of the World (1970).
  • BORMAN (Bormann) Martin (1900-1945, according to the official version), the nearest adviser rejhskantslera Germany A.Gitlera and the chief of his party office with 1941. In May 1945 has vanished. On the Nuremberg process in absentia it is sentenced to the execution as one of main war criminals. In 1973 it adjudicated by the West-German court died. Reliable cramps on his destiny no.
  • BORMAN (Borman) Frenk (r. 1928), an astronaut the USA, the colonel of air force in demission. Flight on "Äæåìèíè-7" (December 1965), the first flight in a history to moon with an output into a selenocentric orbit on "Apollo - 8" (December 1968).
  • The DRILL (toe, electrical or turbine), results in rotary movement a milletgrass - a cutting tool for preparing solid tissues of a tooth.
  • BORMIO (Bormio), balneoklimatichesky a health resort in Italy, in Retijskih the Alpes, bliz borders with Switzerland. Winter sport, tourism.
  • BORN (Born) Maks (1882-1970), the german physics - theorist, one of creators of a quantum mechanics, foreign corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science (1924) and honorary member AN the USSR (1934). With 1933 in the Great Britain, with 1953 in Germany. Has given statistical interpreting a quantum mechanics. Transactionses after the dynamic theory of a crystal lattice, an atomic physics, optician, philosophy of natural sciences. The Nobel Prize (1954).
  • BORIC ACID, see. Boric acids.
  • BORN (Bornet) Jean Batist Edward (1828-1911), French botanik and the physician, foreign corresponding member Petersburg AN (1902). The main proceedings fall into algologies and a lichenology. Has placed, that the body of lichens is derivated by an alga and a mushroom.
  • BORNEMISA (Bornemisza) Peter (1535-84), the Hungarian clergyman and the writer. It is known as the shining ecclesiast (the collection of "Sermon", t. 1-5, 1573-79). Transfers Sofokla. The collection of "Sermon" (5 vol., 1573-79).
  • BORNEO (Borneo), an island in Malayan arh., see. Kalimantan.
  • BORNEO BOREAL BRITISH, see. Sabah.
  • VARIEGATED COPPER (motley copper ore), mineral of classes of sulphides, Cu5FeS4. Dark, medno-red, with motley blueing, acinose secretions, masses. Hardness 3-4; plotn. 4,9-5,3 g / sm3. Meets in a zone of case hardening of hydrothermal deposits. Ore of copper.
  • BOURNEMOUTH (Bournemouth), city in the Great Britain. 153 thousand inhabitants (1987). A machine industry, a perfumery industry. A climatic health resort for prol. La Manche.
  • BORNOVOLOKOV Terty Stepanovich (1764-1813), the Russian scientist, the chemist - technologist and the geologist, corresponding member Petersburg AN (1806). The main transactionses on study of mineral wealths. The participant of around-the-world cruise on the ship "Neva" (1812-13), has perished at wreck.
  • To BORN, see in an item. We sink - Bornu.
  • BORNHOLM (Bornholm), an island on a southwest of Baltic m., in structure of Denmark. 588 êì2. The population of 45,2 thousand person (1993). An altitude up to 162 m. Dunes. Conifers and deciduous forests, meadows. A port Rennes.
  • BORIC ACIDS: metaboric HBO2, boron hydroxide, or it is simple the boric, H3BO3 and the polyboric of the general formula nB2O3. m H2O (napr., tetraboric H2B4O7). H3BO3 - weak tribasic acid; in a waterless kind colourless crystals. Apply to manufacture of a special glass and enamels, in chemical and biological practice for preparation of buffer solutions; in medicine as an antiseptic agent (by the way water solutions for a gargle of an oral cavity and a lavage of eyes, by the way ointments and powderings at diseases of a leather).
  • BOROBUDUR (Borobudur), a Buddhist sanctuary in the south about. Java. A unique monument of medieval Indonesian art. It is constructed ok. 800 by the way a 10-multistage stone pyramid; actuates 504 statues of the Buddha and 1460 reliefs on themes from life of the Buddha.
  • PIG, see. Flue.
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