Thursday, May 10, 2007

  • LESSING (Lessing) Doris Mej (r. 1919), the English writer. The anticolonial publicism, stories and novels " the Grass sing " (1950), " March the Quest " (1952), " Decent spoilage " (1954.) Roman " the Golden diary " (1962) has revealed the philosophical finding actions which have caused social its pessimism of " a space series " Kanopus in Argos " (1979-82).
  • LESSIROVKA (from a nem. Lasierung), the thin diaphanous or translucent layers of the paints superimposed on the dried out layer of lubricated painting for enrichment of colour.
  • LOESSIAL PLATEAU, in China, in mid-range a bass. r. Huang He. Ok. 430 thousand êì2. Prevail it hilly - uvalistye plains an altitude of 1200-1500 m, folded loesses power of 100-250 m. Are hardly dismembered (5-6 kms of gullies on 1 êì2 at depth of gullies 100-150 ì). The rivers with a plenty of silts. Downslopes routinely terrasirovany also cultivated. The main - Sian, Taiyuan.
  • LEICESTER (Leicester) city in the Great Britain, in England. An administrative centre of county Leicestershire. 278 thousand inhabitants (1988). Knitted, a footwear industry, a machine industry. University. Has developed at-sight the Celtic and Roman settlements.
  • LEICESTER (Lester) Richard (r. 1932), the American producer, the composer. Has written music and words to the first English telemusical " All for Perry ", directed on a wireless " Idiotic shows " with Peter Sellersom. In 1964 has delivered with group " Áèòëç " film " Evening of refractory day " in absurdistskoj to the manner which has anticipated an aesthetics of video clips; in 1967 - imagination on the subject of the nuclear apocalypse " As I have scored war ". Other films: "Superman - 2" (1980), "Superman - 3" (1983), " Recurring of three musketeers " (1989), etc.
  • LADDER of the ENTITIES, widespread among naturalists and philosophers of 18 century submission about a hierarchic arrangement of bodies of a nature from simple inorganic (minerals) up to slozhnejshih alive entities. The idea of a ladder of entities goes back to Aristotelju.
  • LESHA, in the ancient greek architecture - the building for collections, interviews, "club".
  • LESMJAN (Lesmian) Boleslav (1879-1937), the Polish poet. Collections of lyrical verses " the Garden at the crossroads " (1912), "Meadow" (1920), " Wood particular act " (it is published 1938).
  • LESJUER (Lesjuer) (Lesueur) Jean Fransua (1760-1837), the French composer, the musical writer. Opera " Cave " (1793) - a bright sample of " opera of salvage ". The professor of the Parisian conservatory (with 1795).
  • FLYING POMPONY (an armour. Laetus Pomponius) (1428-97), the italian humanist. In 1465 has based in Rome a circle of humanists - t. n. Roman academy where the ancient philosophy was studied, the medieval scholasticism, a latin church were criticized.
  • SUMMERS, in the Grecian mythology the river of oblivion in a underground kingdom. Showers died, having tried water from Lety, overlooked about the mortal life. "To sink into oblivion" - to be forgot, completely to vanish.
  • SUMMERS, news agency of Latvia. Conducts a history from the Latvian telegraphic agency, founded in 1920 in Riga. It is reorganized in 1940. In 1973-91 called Latinform.
  • LETHAL (from an armour. letalis - fatal), the mutant condition of a gene presenting an organism death.
  • LETHALITY (mortality), parameter of medical statistics: attitude of figure died from any disease, a wound, etc. to figure had been ill with this disease (injured) for fixed period.
  • LETHARGY (grech. lethargia, from lethe oblivion and argia - inactivity), imaginary mors - a condition of ainesia similar to dream, with absence of reactions to irritations, a sharp depressing of all attributes of life which at careful examination can be revealed. Lasts routinely from several hours about several day.
  • FLIGHT VEHICLE, the device for atmospheric flights or space. Distinguish flight vehicles lighter-than-air (air balloons), it is heavier than air (see. Aircraft) and space flight vehicles.
  • VOLANT BIRDS, the same, that carinate birds.
  • VOLANT PANGOLINS (pterozavry), order extinct kowtowing. Lived in jure and to a chalk on all mainlands. Anteriors were bridged to sides of a body dermal membranes - side panels. The dimensions from small-sized up to very large (pteranodon). A wing - span from 7-8 sm up to 15 m. Were capable to a powered flight. Ok. 110 kinds (ok. 35 stems).
  • TAP HOLE, aperture in some metallurgical furnaces for extension of molten metal, a regulus or slag. After each extension a tap hole close up a refractory body or occlude a metal fuse.
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