Thursday, May 10, 2007

  • LERMA (Lerma), the river in Mexico. 510 kms, the area of basin of 38,5 thousand êì2. Runs into an eskar. CHapala. Average discharge of water 80 m3 / with. Vdhr., a river plant.
  • LERMA (Lerma) (Gomes de Sandoval-i-Rohas) Fransisko (1552-1623), duke, the first minister in 1598-1618, actually autocratically run Spain. The rule used primarily for a personal profit. Abuses Lermy have called his demission. In 1618 has achieved for Roman a dad of a cardinalate.
  • LERMONT Thomas (Thomas Rifmach) (ok .1220 - îê.1290), the Scottish poet and a predictor. Has become the hero of numerous latest legends.
  • LERMONTOV, city (with 1956) in the Russian Federation, Stavropol kr. A depot. 22,0 thousand inhabitants (1992). Factory " Office equipment "; a light industry. It is called named M.J.Lermontov.
  • LERMONTOV Julia Vsevolodovna (1847-1919), first Russian woman - the doctor of chemistry (1874). From a stem to which M.J.Lermontov belonged. A prime area of scientific activities - an organic chemistry.
  • LERNER Isaak JAkovlevich (r. 1917), the Russian teacher, the academician of the Russian Academy of Science (1992). Transactionses on didactics, including on problems of the content of education, methods of education, the theory of the school tutorial.
  • LERNET-HOLENIJA Alexander (1897-1976), the Austrian writer. The master of an entertainment drama (" the Austrian comedy ", 1927) and the historical novel ("SHtandarty", 1934).
  • LER-SPLAVINSKY (Lehr-Splawinski) Tadeush (1891-1965), the Polish jazykoved-Slavist. Probeed slavonic, Baltic and Celtic tongues, dealt with a problem of an ethnogenesis and an ancestral home of slavs. Tutorials of church slavonic, Polish, Russian tongues.
  • LERUA (Le Roy) Eduar (1870-1954), the French scientist and the philosopher, A.Bergson follower, the representative of a roman catholic modernism. Was engaged in mathematics, paleontology and anthropology.
  • LERUA-GURAN (Leroi-Gourhan) Andre (1911-86), the French archeologist and the ethnographer. The main transactionses on evolution of technique and crop of mankind from primitiveness before new time, on paleolithic art and religion.
  • The WOOD, one of the main phylums of the vegetation, prevailing which storey is derivated by trees of one or several kinds, with closed tops; grasses are characteristic for a wood, low bushes, mosses, lichens also. Distinguish conifers and deciduous (both clear, and blended), deciduous and ever-green forests. Zoetic medium for many birds and beasts, a source of wood, berries, mushrooms and technical raw material. The biomass, gathered to a wood, compounds 90 % of all terraneous biomass (its value compounds from 1650.109 up to 1911.109 t dry matter, ok. 14-15 % of her will derivate coniferous forests, 55-60 % - tropical). Having important klimatoregulirujushchee, pochvo-and the water-protective value, a tree cover of the Earth is one of factors of resistance of ecumene and demands a stationary value of care of his conservation and resumption. See. Forest resources.
  • WOOD ON the VORSKLA, reservation in the Russian Federation, the Belgorod region. It is based in the modern borders with 1979. Ploshad 1038 ga. A secular oak - grove of a Central Russian forest steppe. The moose, a wild boar, a badger, etc.
  • WOODS, auxiliaries for disposition of workers and materials at fulfilment of some civil and erection works, predominary outside of the building (structure). Are most distributed inventory (collapsible) tubular matallicheskie.
  • LESAZH (Lesage) Alain Ren (1668-1747), the French writer. Novels " the Lame evil spirit " (1707), " History ZHil Blaza from Santiljany " (t. 1-4, 1715-35), going back to the swindling novel, draw a satirical pattern of tempers absoljutistskoj France. Comedies.
  • LESBIJSKAJA LOVE (lesbianstvo, sapfizm, tribadija), a women homoeroticism; the title from about. Lesbos, where in 7-6 centuries up to n. e. A vein ancient greek poetess Sapfo whom attribute antheming this form of sexual life.
  • LESBOS (Mitilini), island in Egejskom m., bliz a shore p-ova M.Azija; terrain of Greece. 1636 êì2. St. 100 thousand inhabitants. An altitude up to 967 m. The Mediterranean bushes. A primary port - Mitilini. One of the centres of ancient greek crop.
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