Wednesday, May 9, 2007

  • LAMZDORF Vladimir Nikolaevich (1844/45-1907), columns. Minister for Foreign Affairs of Russia (1900-04, October 1905-06). The adherent of Franco-Russian rendezvous. The writer of "Diary" (2 t., 1926-34).
  • AC - MIKOK (La Micoque), rannepaleoliticheskaja parking on a southwest of France (department Dordogne). Manual minced, bones of wildings.
  • SEA STAFF, stem of brown algae. Cëîåâèùå will consist of a plate in width up to 0,5 m, length up to 5 m (sometimes up to 25 ì) and a trunk with rhizoids at the grounding. Ok. 30 kinds, predominary in seas of moderate and arctic belts the Sowing. Hemispheres. Some kinds are edible, apply in medicine (laminaria). Object of aquiculture.
  • STREAMLINE FLOW (from an armour. lamina - a plate, a strip), flow, at which liquid (or gas) moves layers without agitating. Existence of streamline flow is possible only up to fixed, t. n. Critical, values of Reynolds of figure Reêð. At Re, major critical, streamline flow passes in turbulent.
  • LAMIJA, in the Grecian mythology the perfect girl, turning into a monster after Gera has ruined all its children. Fermented at night, stole and gobbled babies. Lamijami called also night ghosts.
  • LAMMENS (Lammens) Anri (1862-1937), the orientalist. By origin the Belgian. The roman catholic missionary - jesuit. Transactionses on a history, ethnographies, geography Other. Arabias and Syria, the Arabian literature of 7-8 centuries, and also a modern history of Syria and Lebanon.
  • TRAVELLING-WAVE TUBE, electrovacuum the microwave device, which action it is based on interaction of an electromagnetic wave and the electronic torrent, driving one-way. The travelling-wave tube is used basically for intensifying oscillations of SHF.
  • FLUORESCENT LAMP, fluorescent lamp with a bluish luminescence. It is used primarily with the purposes of a general lighting. As a fluorescent lamp often abnormally call all kinds of fluorescent lamps.
  • BACKWARD-WAVE TUBE, electrovacuum the microwave device, which action it is based on interaction of an electronic torrent and the delayed electromagnetic wave extending in a direction, counter to a driving direction of electrons. The backward-wave tube is used basically for a generation of oscillations of SHF.
  • The FLASH BULB, the impulse one-time light source used at photographing. A glass retort, gap-filling oxygen and a foil (routinely aluminium), which, igniting (from the filament of glowing connected to a current source), gives a short-lived light exposure. The modern version of a lamp - flash - a lamp "small cube" from diaphanous the plastics materials, keeping 4 (on figure of edges) extrasmall retorts with a combustion-mixture (ensures 4 flashes).
  • LAMPAD (from grech. lampas, a stem. Item lampados), a lamp before icons for orthodox and roman catholics.
  • LAMPANG, city in Thailand, an administrative centre prov. Lampang. 42 thousand inhabitants (1980). Textile, sugar, a chemical industry.
  • LAMPASY (a nem. Lampassen), strips from a colour cloth wool, the lagged along side seams of trousers, are adopted in a number of armies. In the Soviet Armed forces and in Armed forces of the Russian Federation rating badges of marshals, generals and suvorovtsev; are present also for the maximum commanding structure of some civil departments.
  • LAMPEDUSA Ò. di, see. Tomazi di Lampedusa Dzh.
  • LAMPREHT (Lamprecht) Charles (1856-1915), the german historian. The writer multivolume " Histories of Germany ", paid attention of a history of economy, public attitudes, crops. Criticized from liberal - positivistic items "school Ranke".
  • LAMPROPHYRE, zhilnaja magmatic a rock consisting of a feldspar (less often feldshpatoidov) and heightened quantity of colour minerals (not less than 30 %). Colour dark grey, up to black. Distinguish izvestkovo-alkaline (spessartit, kersantit, etc.) and alkaline (kamptonit, alneit, etc.) lamprophyres.
  • LAMSDEN (Lumsden) Entoni (r .1928), the American architect, the native of Australia. In 1950th worked from E.Saarinenom above designing of skyscrapers in Los Angeles ("Beverli-hills", California, 1973).
  • LAMURE (Lamoureux) Charles (1834-99), the French conductor. The founder (1881) and the chief of shared concerts (later " Concerts Lamure ").
  • LAMUTY, the obsolete title evenov.
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