Wednesday, May 9, 2007

  • LUB (Labe), the aged slavonic title r. Elba in Czechia.
  • GRANARY, lake in a central part Sev.-Siberian nizm. 470 êì2. It is bridged protokoj about an eskar. Hargy; escapes r. Kegerdy.
  • LABAZNIK (spirea), a stem of perennial grasses of a set of a rose family. Ok. 20 kinds, in moderate and subarctic belts the Sowing. Hemispheres. Honey plants; some are decorative.
  • LABAN (Laban) Rudolf a background (an ice-film. fam. Varaljash, Varaljas) (1879-1958), the Austrian dancer, the choreographer, the teacher. One of founders german " indicative dance ". Acted in natural productions in which often was the writer of music and registration, in Austria, Germany, Switzerland. With 1938 in the Great Britain. Has developed (with the pupils K.Jossom and A.Knustom) the recording system of dancing motions known under the title "labanotatsija".
  • LABAS Alexander Arkadjevich (1900-83), the Russian artist, a team member OST, one of most outstanding Russian "postfuturists". In his most known activities (painting of 1920th) the world of the modern technique is transfigured in romantic imaginations. To the extremity of life has again returned to the abstract art with motives kosmizma (which had a fancy in a youth).
  • LUBBOCK (Lubbock), city in the south the USA, pieces. Texas. 186 thousand inhabitants (1990, with suburbs of 227 thousand inhabitants). A machine industry, alimentary, hlopkoochistitelnaja, a tanning industry. University.
  • LABBU, in akkadskoj mythologies a monstrous celestial lion who beats Tishpaka.
  • LABEON, Mark Antisty Labeon (Marcus Antistius Labeo) (ok. 50 up to n. e. - 18 n. e.), the Roman lawyer, the founder prokulianskoj schools of lawyers - posledovatelej Aristotelja. The adherent of republic.
  • LABZIN Alexander Fedorovich (1766-1825), the Russian poet, the publisher, the religious educator. Has tested influence a mug of the Moscow masons N.I.Novikova and I.E.Shvartsa, transferred and emitted books of the mystical content (Ekkartshauzena, the Sea boy - SHtillinga) and the log-book " Sionsky the bulletin ". In 1818-22 - the vice-president of an imperial Academy of arts. In 1822 it is deported in Sengilej, in 1823 it is transferbed to Simbirsk.
  • LABIALIZATSIJA (from medieval. An armour. labialis - lip) (ogublenie), utterance of notes of speech with a round-off elongated forwards lips.
  • LABIAU, the title of. Polessk in the Kaliningrad region up to 1946.
  • LABILITY (from an armour. labilis - slipping, unstable), 1) the functional motility nervous and a muscular tissue, defined by the greatest frequency from which the tissue can be excited in beat irritations. The highest lability for tag nerve fibres which can drop up to 500-600 pulses in 1 seconds 2) Motility, instability of psychics, a physiological state, a body temperature, etc.
  • LABINSK (up to 1947 village Labinskaja), city in the Russian Federation, in Krasnodar kr., on r. Laba. A depot. 59,2 thousand inhabitants (1991). A machine industry, chemical, alimentary, a light industry.
  • LABYRINTH, see in an item. An internal ear.
  • LABYRINTH (grech. lab-yrinthos), a structure with the composite and entangled plan. Figuratively - entangled rules, attitudes.
  • The LABYRINTHITIS, inflammation of an internal ear is more often as a result of transition of inflammatory process from a middle ear. Results in unbalance and to kickdown or a full hearing loss.
  • LABIRINTOVYE, a set of fishes of order okuneobraznyh. Ok. 40 freshwater and solonovatovodnyh tropical kinds, including anabasy (sliding bars), zmeegolov, etc. Many kinds (gurs, nitenostsy) - aquarian fishes.
  • LABIRINTODONTY, group extinct amphibian. Lived in serotinal Devonian - triase, on all mainlands. Outwardly resembled crocodiles or salamanders. Length up to 5 m. St. 100 stems. Dwelt in bog forests, lakes and the rivers. Managing minerals.
  • LABYRINTHS boreal, cult structures of 1-st thousand up to n. e. By the way the composite figures from the small stones which have been laid out on ground. Meet on a shore in Scandinavia and in a north of the European part of the Russian Federation.
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