Thursday, May 10, 2007

  • LIGROIN, the mix of hydrocarbon received by distilling of petroleum or gas condensates. Boils over within the limits of 120-240 °S. Firmness of 0,78-0,79 g / sm3. A component of documentary benzines, mineral colza oils and rocket fuels; the solvent, a filling agent of liquid devices.
  • LIGUORI (Liguori) Alfonso Maria (1696-1787), the italian roman catholic seminary student, the founder of a congregation redemptoristov (1732), the teacher of Church. The writer of "Moral theology" (t. 1-2, 1753-55), received broad popularity. Memory in the Latin church on August, 1 and 2.
  • REPUBLIC LIGURIJSKAJA, the state in Italy in 1797-1805, it is built by France on occupied her of terrain Genoa resp.
  • LIGURIAN SEA (Mare Ligure), a part of Mediterranean m. between islands Corsicas, Elba and coasts of France, Monaco and Italy. The area of 15 thousand êì2, depth up to 2546 m. the Shore of Ligurian sea - resort area (Riviera). Primary ports: Nice, Genoa, Livorno, La Spezia.
  • LIGURIA (Liguria), range in the Sowing. Italy, for Ligurijskogo m. Ploshad 5,4 thousand êì2. The population 1,76 million person (1990). An administrative centre - Genoa. Actuates provinces: Genoa, Empire, Savona, La Spezia. Within the limits of Liguria - italian Riviera.
  • LIGURY, the collective name of ancient nations, naseljavshih in it is grey. 1-st thousand up to n. e. Northwest Italy and southeast Gallia (after have been extruded italikami from a large part of terrain of Italy). Since 3 century up to n. e. ligury rendered to Romans persistent resistance, pokoreny them in 2 century up to n. e.
  • LIDA, city (with 1796) in Belarus, Grodno region. A railway junction. 95 thousand inhabitants (1991). Machine-building, mild, chemical, a food-processing industry. A study of local lore museum. It is known from 14 century. Ruins of the clasp (14 century).
  • LIDGEJT (Lydgate) John (ok .1370 - îê.1451), the English poet, follower Dzh. CHosera. The writer of an allegorical poem " the Petition of the Black knight ", the poetic chronicle " the Book about Troy ", etc.
  • LIDDIT, see. Picronitric acid.
  • The LEADER (from English leader - master, the chief), 1) the chapter, the chief of the political party, public organization, etc.; a face using major authority, influence in any group. 2) the Participant of sports meet going ahead.
  • LIDERTS, in the Hungarian mythology the malicious spirit which is coming up on bogs by the way vage ogonka.
  • LIDIJSKY the STONE, the same, that a touchstone. It is called on the ancient state Lydia (in the west M.Azii) where there were deposits of cherts.
  • LIDIJSKY LAD, see. Natural lady, Ancient greek lady.
  • LIDIJSKY TONGUE, tongue lidijtsev (see. Lydia), falls into hetto-luvijskoj to group indoevropejskoj families of tongues. Writing on lidijskom the alphabet (7-4 centuries up to n. e.).
  • LIDIN Vladimir Germanovich (1894-1979), the Russian writer. Roman: " Great or Quiet " (1933). Memories " People and meetings " (1957), a note of the bibliophile " my Friends - books " (1962-81). Lyrical stories.
  • LYDIA, in an antiquity country in the west M.Azii inhabited by nations lidijtsev. In 7-6 centuries up to n. e. An independent state. In 6-4 centuries up to n. e. Under an authority of persians, then entered in the mandatory power Alexander the Great, the states Selevkidov, Pergamum and Rome (constituted part prov. Asia).
  • LIDMAN (Lidman) Sarai (r. 1923), the Swedish writer. Realistic novels about village life, including " the Edge of a cloudberry " (1955), a cycle from five novels about prov. Norrland (" thy the servant gives heed to thee ", 1977; " Children of anger ", 1979; " the Steel wreath ", 1985, etc.). The anticolonial novel. " I also wash the son " (1961). Plays, publicism.
  • LIDORENKO Nikolay Stepanovich (r. 1916), the scientist in range electrical engineers and energetics, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science (1991; corresponding member AN the USSR with 1966), the Hero Socialist Transactionses (1971). The main transactionses on problems of transformation of power. The lenin premium (1960).
  • LEEDS (Leeds), city in the Great Britain, in England, an administrative centre metropolitenskogo counties West Yorkshires. 710 thousand inhabitants (1990). A machine industry; textile, sewing, woollen, polygraphic, a food-processing industry. University.
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