Tuesday, May 29, 2007

  • SPOON - BAIT, synthetic bait for catching a predatory fish. A metal plate with one or several pegs and an aperture for lesy. Apply primarily in sporting fishery.
  • BLEST GHANA (Blest Gana) Alberto (1830-1920), the Chilean writer. A cycle of realistic novels " Arithmetic in love " (1860), " Martin Rivas " (1862), the historical novel " In epoch Rekonkisty " (1897), satirical novels.
  • NITIDULIDAE, 1) a superfamily of solitary wasps. Length of 5-15 mm. St. 2000 kinds{views}, are distributed widely. Many - parasites of bees, sawflies and other Hymenoptera... 2) the Set of bugs. Length of 1-6 mm, a body convex, shining. St. 2000 kinds{views}, are distributed widely. Some - rastitelnojadnye pests, napr. A rapeoil curculio; trupoedy.
  • " SHINING ISOLATION ", notation of foreign-policy course of the Great Britain in 2-nd floor. 19 century: failure{refusal} of sharing{participation} in the long-lived international unions, allowed to save liberty of action.
  • BLEPHARITIS (from grech. blepharon - eyelid), an inflammation of edges{boundarice} of eyelids: red discoloration, education of scales, jazvochek, an itch, fatigability of eyes. The causes: activity in a dusty room, a conjunctivitis and other diseases.
  • NICTITATING SPASM, spasm of a circular muscle of eyelids (showing in their clamping) predominary at defeats of a conjunctive and a cornea of an eye.
  • BLEHEN (Blechen) Charles (1798-1840), the german painter, a graver, the theatrical artist. Into romantic landscapes introduced{uptook} unpretentious household motives (" ZHelezoprokatnyj factory bliz Nejshtadt-Ebersvalde ", 1834).
  • BLIDA, city in a north of Algeria, an administrative centre vilaji Blida. 171 thousand inhabitants (1987). An alimentary, textile industry.
  • BLIE (Blier) Bertrand (r. 1939), the French producer. Started as dokumentalist spirit of a direction t. n. Sinema-believe (" Gitler? I do not know ", 1963). In 1973 has delivered a fiction film "Waltzing" in which actors Miu-Miu have become famous, to P.Devaer and Z.Depardje, built a collective portrait of pullet{young man} generation. For Blie it is characteristic stsetsificheskaja a mix of naturalism, the thin lyricism and mysticism ("Cold dishes", 1979; " too beautiful for thee ", 1989; " the Man of my life ", 1996, etc.).
  • The SHORT-RANGE ORIENT, terrain in the west Asia and north-east of Africa on which are located Egypt, Sudan, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Consolidated Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrein, Cyprus, Turkey.
  • The SHORT-RANGE ORDER, coherence in an arrangement of adjacent particles in substance, i.e. the order respected (as against the long-distance order) on the small distances comparable dimensioned of particles. Only the short-range order is characteristic for liquids and solid amorphous bodies, the long-distance order is inherent{intrinsic} in chrystals both short-range, and.
  • SHORT-RANGE DUMA, advice{council} of few close confidants of tsar (grand duke) in Russia 15 - nach. 18 centuries; in it is grey. 16 century actual government (Selected rad). In 2-nd floor. 17 century it is called as the Room duma or the Secret duma.
  • SHORT-RANGE INTERACTION, submission, according to which interaction between bodies removed from each other implements with the help of intermediate joints (or mediums), relaying interaction from a point to a point with terminal velocity.
  • BLIZNAKOV George Manuilov (r. 1920), the Bulgarian chemist, the academician (1979) and the vice-president (1976-1977) Bulgarian AN, the foreign member of the Russian Academy of Science (1991; foreign member AN the USSR with 1982). Probes on an oriented crystallization, steep clearing of substances, technologies of ceramic materials and to methods of deposition of covers{coatings} from them.
  • The TWINS, two or more descendants, born penecontemporaneous, for the person and those mammals which routinely bear to one baby. Didymuses are unioval (from one oosperm) and raznojajtsevye (from two and more eggs simultaneously embryonate). For the person the twin falls at 80-85 monocarpous stems, trojnja on 6-8 thousand, chetverni and pjaterni are very rare. Supervision{observations} above twins are used in genetics for the analysis of interaction of a heredity and an environment (a pair method).
  • TWINS (an armour. Gemini), zodiacal mia maid with two close located bright asters - Kastorom and Polluksom.
  • BLIZNITSA MAJOR, a tumulus of 4 century up to n. e. On Tamanskom p-ove. Burials sindskoj znati (a stone crypt with paintings, sarcophaguses, dressings, the weapons, ceramics, etc.).
  • NEAR-SIGHTEDNESS (myopia), defect of sight at which close subjects are well visible and it is bad - distant{remote}; outcome of heightened refracting{deflecting} force of optical medium of an eye (a cornea, a crystalline lens) or too major length of a shaft (at normal refracting{deflecting} force) an eyeball. At a near-sightedness included in eyes the parallel rays going from a distant{remote} subject, are going not on a retina (that is necessary for clear sight), and before her.
  • BLINDAGE (frants. blindage), a shore fortification by the way hollows in ground with walls and coated from a tree, steel concrete, steel, ground for protection against fire of the opponent and knocking effects of a nuclear explosion.
  • BLINNIKOV Sergey Kapitonovich (1901-1969), the Russian actor, the national actor of the USSR (1963). With 1922 in Moskovsk Art Academic Russian theatre. State premiums of the USSR (1949, 1951).
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