Tuesday, May 15, 2007

  • DECENT, the mate of diocesan in Russian orthodox church since 18 century; oversaw for clergy of some churches or monasteries (blagochinnichesky a district).
  • BLAZHKO Sergey Nikolaevich (1870-1956), the Russian astronomer, corresponding member AN the USSR (1929). The main transactionses on practical astronomy of probe of variable stars. Has constructed a number of astronomical instruments (besshchelevoj the sidereal spectrograph, etc.). The state premium of the USSR (1952).
  • BLAJND-RIVER (Blind River), area uranonosnyh conglomerates in Canada (prov. Ontario). It is open in 1948. Known reserves of 270 thousand t uranium at his content in ore of 0,12 %; way components - rare-earth elements. Major deposits - Agnju-Lejk and Elliot-Lejk. Center of production - occupied point Blajnd-River.
  • BLAKITNYJ-ELLAN (an ice-film. A name and fam. Vasily Mihajlovich Ellansky) (1894-1925), the Ukrainian writer, the public figure. In 1918-20 one of chiefs Ukrainian left-handed eserov (borotbistov). In 1920-25 member of Central Committee KP (bolsheviks) of Ukraine. Verses, feuilletons, literary - critiques.
  • BLAMBERG (Blumberg) Baruch (r. 1925), American genetics. Has discovered (1964) antigen of a wheyish hepatitis (t. n. The australian antigen) also has developed a method of laboratory control of donors of blood on his presence. The Nobel Prize (1976, together with K.Gajduzekom).
  • BLAN (Blanc) Lui (1811-82), the French Utopian socialist. Asserted, that liquidation of a social press is possible by building public workshops and introduction of the overall elective franchise. In the season of Revolution 1848 member of the Providing government, headed the Luxembourg commission.
  • BLANDIANA (Blandiana) Ana (r. 1924), the Romanian poetess. Philosophical lyrics in collections " the Third secret " (1969), " Oko a cricket " (1981), " the Predatory aster " (1985).
  • The FORM Charles Ivanovich (1728-93), the Russian architect, the representative of Baroque and an early classicism. Participat in rearrangement of cathedral Novoierusalimskogo of a monastery (1747-60), construction of the Educational house (1764-70) in Moscow and farms Kuskovo (1760-80-Ñ).
  • FORM KASTILSKAJA (Blanche de Castille) (1188-1252), the French queen, wife Lui VIII. In reign of son Lui IX of a rule the state in 1226-36, 1248-52.
  • BLANKENBURG (Blankenburg), muddy and a climatic health resort in Germany, ground Saxony - Anhalt, to a southeast from. Vernigerode.
  • FORMS (Blanqui) Lui Ogjust (1805-81), the French communist - Utopian, the participant of revolutions 1830 and 1848. In 30th the chief of secret republican societies. In absentia (was in prison) it is selected the member of the Commune of Paris 1871. The success of a social revolution connected to a plot of organization of revolutionaries which, in his judgement, at turning point will support broad masses
  • BLANTAJR-DIAL (Blantyre-Limbe) (Blantajr), city in Malawi. 403 thousand inhabitants (1987). An international airport. Cement plant, tobacco, clothing factories. Tobacco auction. A national museum.
  • BLANTER Matvej Isaakovich (1903-90), the composer, the national actor of the USSR (1975), the Hero Socialist Transactionses (1983). An operetta " On coast of Amur " (1939), songs, including "Katjusha" (1939), " In a wood front " (1944), " Fly migrants " (1949). The state premium of the USSR (1946).
  • BLANCHING (from frants. blanchir - to whitewash, pour with boiled water), 1) machining of fruits and vegetables hot water, the ferry for protection from a darkening and facilitation of jam making. A blanching apply also at preparation of raisin, uvjalivanii a grape in manufacture of wines... 2) In tanning manufacture removal from a underside of leathers of residues of a hypodermic tissue.
  • BLANSHO (Blanchot) Moris (r. 1907), the French writer, the thinker - essayist. Novels "Aminadav" (1942), " the Folly of day " (1973), the story " At mors " (1948). Speculations about literary advance-guard ÕVIII-ÕÕ the centuries which have constituted collections " the Space literatures " (1955), " Infinite talk " (1969), "Friendship" (1971), " Pismena crash " (1980) both influenced the theory and practice of structuralism and " the new novel ".
  • BLASKO IBANES (Blasco Ibanez) Visente (1867-1928), the spanish writer. Social novels "Farm" (1898), " the Uninvited visitor " (1904), "Horde" (1905), filosofsko-psychologic novels " Nude a move " (1906), " Blood and sand " (1908), the novel " In searches of Great Hahn " (1928) about H.Columbus.
  • BLASTEMA (from grech. blastema - Rostock, the descendant), 1) a clump of unspecialized cells on a wound surface after amputation of an organ. During regeneration from a blastema tissues of a recovered organ will be derivated... 2) Group of cells from which the new individual develops at an asexual reproduction for Coelenterata, worms, astsidy and other animal... 3) Surface layer of a cytoplasm in eggs of many arthropods.
  • BLASTO... (from grech. blastos - Rostock, a germ), a part of the composite words - the biological and medical terms, meaning: the bound with a germ.
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