Friday, May 11, 2007

  • LJUNEVILSKY the MIR 1801, is encased in. Ljunevil (France) between France and Austria after rout of the Austrian troops by Napoleon I. Basically confirmed conditions Kampoformijskogo of the world 1797.
  • LUNATTE (ljunetta) (frants. lunette, characters. - the hollow), an arch opening in the canopy or a wall, bounded below by a horizontal. In through lunattes windows seat, dead lunattes stud with paintings and a sculpture.
  • The LUNATTE, the strengthening discovered from back comprising routinely from 1-2 frontal shafts (fasov) with a pit ahead and lateral shafts. It was applied up to nach. 20 century.
  • LUPIN, stem one and perennial grasses of a set of pod-bearing plants. Ok. 100 kinds. Cultivate everywhere more than 10 kinds. Feed (productivity of a green material 300-400 ts with 1 ga), an ornamental plant, a green manure crop (see. A green manuring).
  • LUREX, filament by the way a fine-bored strip shining (a coated foil or metallized) a film (napr., a tissue with lurex).
  • LJURSA (Lurcat) Andre (1894-1970), the French architect and the town-planner. Designs of owner-occupied dwellings it is grey. 1920 reflect entrainment funktsionalizmom A.Loosa (the design of a country house " the Sky coast ", 1917). In 1934-36 traveled across the USSR. In post-war designs the tendency to monumentalism and legible structural secretion of regional units (the Palace of sport, Saint-Denis, 1962) is planned.
  • LJURSA Jean (1892-1966), the French painter and the master of an ornamental art. Brother A.Ljursa. Has revived art of the French gobelin tapestries in simvoliko-fancy, decorative - ortamental lyrical compositions (" the Ode of the world ", 1957-63). Keramist.
  • LJUSTERNIK Lazarus Aronovich (1899-1981), the Russian mathematician, corresponding member AN the USSR (1946). The main transactionses on a functional analysis, calculus mathematics. The state premium of the USSR (1946).
  • CHANDELIERS (from frants. lustre - luster), the pigment superimposed on stonewares atop of burnt glaze, a metal as a result of reduction muffle furnacing metal or nacreous glare.
  • LJUSTRATSII (from an armour. lustratio - refinement by means of immolation), 1) religious - magic solemnities, directed against diseases and other disasters. For many peoples cleaning force was attributed to fire (a fumigation of people, home units), to water, salt, gland, etc., 2) the interdiction to functionaries of a high rank of the forbidden in the given country of the political party during fixed time to take the position in state machinery to be elected in representative bodies to be judges, etc.
  • LJUSTRATSII (polsk. lustracja), in Poland (16-18 centuries), in Lithuania, Belarus and Right-bank Ukraine (18-19 centuries) the periodic list of the state-owned properties for definition of their yield, it was taken into account also podatnoe the population and his duties.
  • LUSTRINE (frants. lustrine), the thin dark woollen or a cotton with luster. Has become popular since 18 century. From lustrine sew primarily summer jackets.
  • LUTHER (Luther) Martin (1483-1546), figure Reformatsii in Germany which beginning has put his performance (1517) in Wittenberg with 95 theses against the indulgences, rejecting the main tenets of a catholicism. The founder of a lutheranism. Has translated into on german tongue the Bible, having affirmed norms obshchenemetskogo a literary language.
  • The LUTHERANISM, the largest direction protestantizma. It is based by M.Luther in 16 century. In a lutheranism main rules protestantizma for the first time are formulated, but the lutheranism has realized them (especially in church organization) less in succession, than calvinism. It is distributed in the Scandinavian countries, Germany, the USA, countries of Baltic.
  • LUTECIUM (an armour. Lutetium), Lu, the chemical element of III group of a periodic system, atomic number 71, atomic weight 174,967, falls into to lanthanoids. The title from Lutetia. Siver-white metal. Firmness of 9,849 g / sm3, tïë 1660 °S.
  • LUTECIUM (an armour. Lutetia), an ancient settlement pariziev, at-sight which the modern Paris (on is located about. A screen).
  • LJUTIENS (Lutyens) Edvin (1869-1944), the English architect. Plotted, primarily, private residences and small country houses in style, close palladianstvu (private residence "Neshdom", 1905). Worked in India (" the Palace of viceroy " in New Delhi, 1923-31).
  • CROWFOOT, stem of grasses of a set of a crowfoot family. St. 600 kinds, are distributed widely, but in a moderate belt of Boreal hemisphere; are usual predominary on wet meadow lands and in woods. Are toxicant. Some are decorative. The crowfoot sajansky - is guarded.
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