Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • " BRITISH SKYE BRODKASTING ", Bi-Skaj-Bi (British Sky Broadcasting - B-Sky-B), one of the largest private companies of a satellite television in Europe. It is based in 1990 as a result of a company amalgamation " Skye Televizhn " (Sky Television) by K.R.Merdoka and a consortium " British satellajt brodkasting " (British Satellite Broadcasting), the London. Conducts drives in English on Zap. Europe on 6 channels (obshcherazvlekatelnyj, news, sporting, movies - 2 channels, comedies).
  • " BRITISH STEEL " (British Steel), the English state metallurgical company. It is based in 1967. Issues ok. 90 % of steel and 2/3 hire of national manufacture. Sales volume 7 billion dol., a net profit 698 million dol., smelting become 14,7 million t figure occupied 54 thousand person kon. 1980th.
  • " BRITISH ERKRAFT KORPOREJSHN ", the TANK (British Aircraft Corporation, BAK), aviaraketno-space firm of the Great Britain. It is derivated in 1960 as a result of interflow of several air firms. In 1977 was part of firm " British aerospejs ". From production of firm are most known: a fighter - bomber "Jaguar", a multiple objective airplane the "Tornado" exhausted together with "Aerospasjal" a ultrasonic passenger aeroplane "Concord" (together with France).
  • BRITTEN (Britten) Benjamin (1913-76), the English composer, the pianist, the conductor. Has revived the English musical theatre. Combined national musical traditions of 16-17 centuries (especially G.Persella) with the modern musical means. Operas " Peters Grajms " (1945), "Albert Herring" (1947), " Dream in summer night " (1960), chamber operas, including " Turning movement of the screw " (1954); vokalno-symphonic compositions " the Ballad about heroes ", " the Military requiem mass " (1961), " the Cantata of mercy " (1963), etc.
  • BRITTY, the Celtic nations, the main population of Britain in 8 century up to n. e. - 5 century n. e. Stayed during Anglo-Saxon seizure (5-6 centuries) the part brittov has constituted one of elements of the English nationality.
  • BRIEFING (English briefing, from brief - brief), meeting of authorities with representatives of mass media on which the official position on a fixed problem or agreed by the parties participating in international negotiations, meetings, conferences briefly is stated, the information on their course, views of the parties, etc.
  • BRIHASPATI, in vedicheskoj religions and brahmanizme the sacrificer and the trainer of gods, the lord of a pray, the promoter of a house.
  • BRITSKE Edgard Viktorovich (1877-1953), the Russian chemist, the academician, AN the USSR (1932) and VASHNIL (1935). Probes on chemistry and technologies of mineral raw materials, a physical chemistry of metallurgical processes. One of organizers of Scientific institute on fertilizers (1919). The premium him. V.I.Lenina (1929), the State premium of the USSR (1942).
  • BRITSKA (polsk. bryczka), a mild road carriage predominary without carriage springs, sometimes with the open top part.
  • BRNO (Brno), city in Czechia, an administrative centre of Southern - moravian range of 388 thousand inhabitants (1990). A machine industry, textile, chemical, polygraphic, a food-processing industry. International industrial exhibitions. Branch Czech AN. University. Academy of the musical arts. A moravian museum, Moravian passageway. As the clasp is mentioned in 11 century. With kon. 11 century the centre of specific reignings Przhemyslovichej, with kon. 12 century a residence moravian markgrafa, about 1243 royal loose city. In 1526-1918 under authority Gabsburgov. Clasp Shpilberk (13-18 centuries). Gothic churches (over. Peter, over. JAkuba). Aged (14-16 centuries) and New (16-18 centuries) town halls.
  • BROVARY, city (with 1956) on Ukraine, the Kiev region. A depot. 84,8 thousand inhabitants (1991). Factories: a powder metallurgy, lighting engineering, refrigerators, plastics materials, etc.; wood-working combine. It is known with 1628.
  • EDGE Petrus (Peter Ustinovich) (1905-80), the Byelorussian writer, the national poet of Belarus (1962), academician AN of Belarus (1966), the Hero Socialist Transactionses (1972). Lyrical verses (the collection " And days go... ", 1961, the Lenin premium, 1962; " the Duma about immortality ", 1973), poems, the novel " When drain the rivers " (1957). State premiums of the USSR (1947, 1951).
  • FORD Ignatius Osipovich (1902-62), the Russian geologist - oilman, the doctor of geologic sciences (1945). Transactionses in range of geology of petroleum and gas. Has discovered a number of oil deposits, including the first petroleum in the Volgograd region. The state premium of the USSR (1949).
  • FORD (Brod) Maks (1884-1968), the Austrian prose writer. The representative t. n. " The Prague school ". The friend and literary legal representative F.Kafki, the writer of his biography (1937, the supplemented issuing 1954). Novels " Arnold Beer. A history of one Jew " (1912), " the Path Quietly to the Home-made beer to the God " (1916), " France, or Second-rate love " (1922), "Master" (1952), " Poor TSitseron " (1955). Short stories, an essay about destiny evrejstva.
  • BRODATY Lion Grigorjevich (1889-1954), the Russian schedule, the honored worker of arts of Russia (1945). Ostrosatiricheskie drawings on international themes. With 1918 employee of the newspaper "Truth", with 1932 - the log-book "Crocodile".
  • BROADWAY (Broadway), street in New York, the trunk main (length over 25 kms) about. Manhattan, crossing on a diagonal of it rectangularly sequenced site development. Besides banks and other kommerchesko-financial institutions, on the Broadway - flock of trade, pleasure and entertainment establishments (including the majority of theatres of New York), that has made his numeral of show business.
  • BRODELE (Brodele) Anna (1910-81), the Latvian writer. Novels " Blood of heart " (1955), "Accuracy" (1960); " Quiet small town " (1967); dilogija: stories " the Blue sparrow " (1965), " This my time " (1969); plays.
  • BRODEL (Braudel) Fernan (1902-85), the French historian. Transactionses predominary on economic history Zap. Europe 16-18 centuries.
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