Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • BREZA (Breza) Tadeush (1905-70), the Polish writer. Roman " the Root and ground " (t. 1-2, 1949-50) unmasks t. n. "sanatsionnyj" a mode in Poland before 2-nd world war; " Feasting Valtasara " (1952) - about intelligency in post-war Poland. The book " the Bronze gate " (1960) convicts policy of Vatican.
  • BREZAN (Brezan) Jury (r. 1916), luzhitsky and the german writer. Lives in Germany. Writes on german and luzhitskom tongues. The participant of movement of Resistance. The trilogy about destiny of the pullet German - "High-school student", " Semester a down time ", " Years vozmuzhanija " (1958-1964), the mythological novel " Krabat, or Transfiguration of the world " (1976), the philosophical novel " the Portrait of the father " (1982), stories, verses.
  • CANVAS CLOTH (from niderl. presenning), a sail cloth, impregnated waterproof and preservative compounds.
  • SHAVE (Bray) John Frensis (1809-95), the English socialist - Utopian. Has put forward the program of economic transformations of a capitalist society.
  • BREJGEL the Higher, or "Muzhitsky" (Bruegel de Oude, Boeren Brueghel), Peter (between 1525 and 1530-1569), the Netherlands painter and risovalshchik. Has creatively reworked lessons of italian painting of 16 century, has created penetrating national art resting on the Netherlands traditions and folklore. In creativity Brejgelja the humour and a fancy block type, lyricism and epichnost patterns of universe (" Battle of the Shrove and the Post ", 1559 were difficultly interlaced; " Mad Greta ", 1562; " Country dance ", a series "Seasons", 1565; "Blind", 1568).
  • BREJD (Braid) James (1795-1860), the Scottish surgeon. Has offered the term "hypnosis" (1843); one of founders of medical application of hypnosis.
  • BREJDA-FIORD (Breidafjordur), a bay Atlantic ok., for coasts of Iceland. Length of 124 kms, width of 72 kms, depth of 50-100 m. Ports: Sandjur, etc.
  • BREJD-STREAMER (niderl. breedwimpel), a marine flag of a pricked size with a panel and braids of the different colour, assigned to commanders of connections of the ships, divisions and the higher on road.
  • BREJDI (Brady) Metju (ok. 1823-96), the American master of photoart. One of founders of the picture story (a series of the pictures dedicated a civil war 1861-65 in USA).
  • BREJER (Brojer) (Breuer) Marseilles (1902-1981), the American architect and the stylist. The native of Hungary, with 1937 in the USA. One of leaders funktsionalizma. In reinforced-concrete buildings, designs of furniture bridged a rationality to acute plastic expressiveness of a composition.
  • BREJL (Shave) (Breuil) Anri Eduar Prosper (1877-1961), the French archeologist, the explorer of virgin art. Transactionses on a paleolith.
  • BRAIN (Braine) John (1922-86), the English writer. Roman " the Path upward " (1957) is characteristic for mentalities of " annoyed pullet people ". In novels " Life overhead " (1962), " the Jealous god " (1964) - Freudian motives. The "Espionage" novel " the Devout agent " (1975).
  • BREJT (Breit) Greg (1899-1981), American physics. Was born in Russia, with 1915 - in the USA. Transactionses on a nuclear physics, theories of dissipation, high energy physics. Has offered (sovm. From J.Vignerom) the formula called as their names. One of pioneers of the accelerating technique.
  • BREJTENBAH (Breytenbach) Brejten (r. 1939), juzhnoafrikansky the writer, the journalist. Writes on African and English tongues. The collection of publicism " the Season in paradise " (1977-80), the novel " Memory on snow and a dust " (1989). Verses.
  • BREKENRIDZH (Brackenridge) Hju a Henry (1748-1816), the American writer. One of the first prose writers the USA. The risky satirical novel " the Modern knights " (1792-1805) about epoch frontira. Patriotic poems " Battle at Banker-Hille " (1776), " Mors of the general of Montgomery " (1777).
  • BRECCIA (ital. breccia), a hardpan detrital rock, folded angulate wreckages of different rocks in the dimension over 1 see. Distinguish vulkanogennye, sedimental and tectonic a breccia.
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