Thursday, May 10, 2007

  • LIJMAND (Liimand) (Lijman) Kaarel (1906-41), the Estonian painter and the schedule. The representative of a democratic direction to the Estonian art of 1930th. Portraits, genre compositions, landscapes ("Crop", 1937, "D.Vaarandi", 1940).
  • CHOIR, in the Grecian mythology tsar of Thebes, brother Nikteja, father Antiopy. Has seized power in city and regulations during 20 flying. Has been killed together with wife Dirkoj synovjami Antiopy, revenging them for cruel treatment with their mother.
  • LIKAON, in the Grecian mythology son Pelasga and okeanidy Killeny, tsar Arkadii. Has brought Zevsu in a victim of the boy and for it has been transformed into the wolf. Under other myth, has been incinerated Zevsom for the fact that, wishing to test an omniscience of gods, has fed with their meat of the child. Numerous sons Likaona - eponimy arkadskih cities.
  • LIKASI (Likasi) (up to 1966 ZHadovil Jadotville), city in a southeast of Zaire. 280 thousand inhabitants (1991.) Center mededobyvajushchego area. Nonferrous machine industry, a chemical industry, manufacture of a building materials.
  • SWEAT (from an armour. liquatio - a dilution, a melting) in metallurgy, a segregation, heterogeneity of chemical composition of the alloy, originating at his crystallization.
  • LIQUIDITY (from an armour. liquidus - fluid, yielding), mobility of assets of the enterprises, firms or the banks, ensuring well-timed payment of their obligations.
  • LIQUOR (an armour. liquor), the same, that a neurolymph.
  • LIQUEUR (frants. liqueur), a proof, sweet alcoholic beverage (up to 45 volume percents of spirit) from soaked in spirit fruit and berry juices, extracts of odorous grasses with add-on korenjev, spicery, etc.
  • CHOIRS (Leakey) Luis (1903-72), the English anthropologist and the archeologist. Important paleoantropologicheskie discoverings in Vost. To Africa (prezindzhantrop, zindzhantrop). Probes Choirs are prolonged by his son Richardom.
  • LIKIJSKY TONGUE, tongue likijtsev (see. Lycia), falls into hetto-luvijskoj to group indoevropejskoj families of tongues. Writing on likijskom the alphabet (5-4 centuries up to n. e.).
  • LIKINO-DULEVO, city (with 1937) in the Russian Federation, the Moscow region. ZH.-d. Item (Dulevo). 34,2 thousand inhabitants (1992). Bus, porcelain factories (see. Dulevsky porcelain), prjadilno-weaving mill. Likino-Dulevo it is derivated in 1930 of settlements Likino and Dulevo.
  • LYCIA, in an antiquity country in the south of M.Azii, inhabited likijtsami. Since 6 century up to n. e. Under an authority of persians, then was part of the mandatory power Alexander the Great, the states of Ptolemies, Rome (having formed in 43 n. e. A part prov. Lycia and Pamphylia).
  • LIKOK (Leacock) Stephen Butler (1869-1944), the canadian writer. Wrote in English. The comic stories ridiculing public tempers: collections " Literary blots " (1910), " Cheerful stories about a small small town " (1912), " Charming Uinni " (1920).
  • LIKOMED, in the Grecian mythology tsar dolopov on an island Scyros. Has pushed off from a rock running to it from Athenes Teseja. Among daughters Likomeda goddess Fetida has hidden Ahilla, wishing to save it from sharing in Trojan war.
  • CLUB MOSS, mature dry spores of a club - moss. A light yellow powder. It is used in medicine (for a coating of pills) and in foundary (for a coating of forms at mold castings).
  • CLUB MOSS, the same, that a club - moss.
  • LIKTORY (an armour. lictores), in Other. Rome the ministers accompanied and protecting of the maximum magistrates.
  • LIKURG, the legendary Spartan lawgiver (9-8 centuries up to n. e.), to which the Grecian writers attribute building institutes Spartan public and the state structure (gerusii, apelly), section of grounds between spartiatami.
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