Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • BREM (Brehm) Alfred Edmund (1829-84), the german zoologist, the educator. Supervision, borne from travelings across Africa, Europe, Zap. Siberia, etc., Life animal " (t have underlain ". 1-6, 1863-69, Russian transfer in 1911-15 and 1937-48). Due to alive descriptions of "mode of life" è "character" animal transactionses Brema (despite of an anthropomorphism inherent in him) has become for many generations the best popular guiding on zoology. The director of the Hamburg zoological garden (1863-66), the creator of the Berlin aquarium (1867).
  • BURDEN (Bremen), ground in Germany. 0,4 thousand êì2. The population of 684 thousand person (1992). Adm. ts. - Bremen.
  • BREMENER Maks Solomonovich (1926-83), the Russian writer. In the prose noted by humour and observation, reverts to problems of youthful psychology, moral conflicts of duties. Books: " the Event with Steppe " (1955), " Drive is conducted from a class " (1960), " CHur, not the game! " (1962), "Presence of mind" (1969), "volost Grenadskaja" (1978), etc.
  • BREMER (Bremer) Frederik (1892-1982), Belgian nejrofiziolog. Has developed and has entered in a physiological experiment a method of an isolated brain. With the help of this method probeed a role of a reticular formation in a regulation of conditions of dream and a wakefulness. Has placed, that the cerebellum participates in a regulation of a tonus of muscles.
  • BREMERHAVEN (Bremerhaven), city in Germany, ground Bremen. 131 thousand inhabitants (1992). A fore bay of Bremen in a mouth r. Weser, one of main passenger ports of country, fish haven (over 50 % of fishing fleet of Germany). A machine industry, including shipbuilding, fish treatment, a chemical industry. A marine arsenal.
  • GRAVITY PLANE (a nem. Bremsberg), a underground slope mining output for descent of a mineral with overlying on subjacent horizon of shaft.
  • BREMSEBRUSKY the MIR 1645, has finished successful for Sweden the datsko-Swedish war 1643-45. It preformed in Bremsebru. Sweden has received islands Gotlands and Ezel (Saaremaa), a number of danish possessions on Scandinavian p-ove (Emtland, Herjedalen and on 30 flying Halland).
  • BRAND (Brenda), a large medno-molybdenic deposit in Canada (prov. British Columbia). It is maintained with 1969. Ore reserves over 128 million t with content Cu of 0,14 %, Mo 0,03 %.
  • It FADDY Victor Frantsevich (1745-1820), the artist - decorator and the architect. By origin the Italian. In 1783-1802 worked in Russia. Participat in construction and furnish of rooms of palaces in Pavlovske and Gatchina, Mihajlovskogo the clasp in Saint Petersburg.
  • BRENNER (Brenner), a saddle-point in the Alpes, for border of Austria and Italy. An altitude of 1371 m. In tunnels under Brennerom - the railway and the highways bridging Innsbruck and Bolzano.
  • BRENSTED (Bronsted) Iohannes Nikolaus (1879-1947), danish fizikohimik. Transactionses on chemical kinetics, a catalysis and thermodynamics of solutions. Has offered (1923) proton acid-base theory. Has advanced (1929) theory of acid-base catalysis.
  • BRENTANO (Brentano) Klemens (1778-1842), the german writer - romantik. Lyrical verses; stories and ballads in national spirit; the collection of national fairy tales and songs " the Magic horn of the boy " (1806-08, it is issued together with L.A.Arnimom).
  • BRENTANO Lujo (1844-1931), the german economist, foreign corresponding member Petersburg AN (1895). Considered possible the sanction of social contraventions by reforms.
  • BRENTANO Frants (1838-1917), the german philosopher, the precursor of phenomenology E.Gusserlja. Has advanced the doctrine about intentsionalnosti (concreteness of consciousness) as the generic characteristic of mental phenomena.
  • BRENTSENS (Brencens) Edward (1885-1929), the Latvian painter, the schedule, the theatrical artist. (" In 1905 year ") and to case histories Brentsensa the drama symbolics, expressiveness of modes are inherent in patterns.
  • BRERA (Brera) (Pinakoteka Brera), picture passageway in Milan. It is based in 1809. West-European, including italian (Mantenja, Rafael, school Leonardo yes Vinci, lombardskie frescos), painting.
  • BRES (irl. Perfect), in the Celtic mythology legendary first king of Ireland after coming on its ground of nations of the goddess to Dan; about a nem the saga " Battle narrates at Magician Tuired ".
  • BREST (up to 1921 Brest - Litovsk, up to 1939 Brest - nad-Bugom), city in Belarus, the centre of the Brest region, on r. Muhavets, at its lockin in r. Zap. Bug. A river harbor and a railway junction. 277 thousand inhabitants (1991). A machine industry, mild, a food-processing industry. Manufacture of products of household chemical goods, a building materials, furnitures, etc. 2 high schools. 2 theatres. A museum of the defence of the Brest strength. A study of local lore museum, etc. It is known with 1090 (Berestje). Since 14 century in Lithuania and Poland, with 1795 in Russia, in 1919-39 in Poland.
  • BREST (Brest), city and a port in northwest of France, on p-ove Brittany. 148 thousand inhabitants (1990). A marine arsenal. A machine industry, including shipbuilding, a chemical industry.
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