Tuesday, May 15, 2007

  • 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; outcome of heightened refracting force of optical medium of an eye (a cornea, a crystalline lens) or too major length of a shaft (at normal refracting force) an eyeball. At a near-sightedness included in eyes the parallel rays going from a distant 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).
  • BLINOVA Ekaterina Nikitichna (1906-81), Russian a geophysics, corresponding member AN the USSR (1953). Transactionses on dynamic meteorology. Has offered the numerical method of a long-term prognosis of weather.
  • BLINT (from a nem. blind - blind), not recommended reduced title beskrasochnogo ploskouglublennogo (blintovogo) stamping on book bindings or a tag board.
  • BLIOH Ivan Stanislavovich (1836-1901), the Russian economist, statisticians and the financier. The founder of the Russian railway statistics. Transactionses on an economic history of Russia, an industrial economy and an agriculture.
  • BLISS (Bliss) Arthur (1891-1975), the English composer and the conductor. Opera " Olympians " (1949), teleopera " Tobias and an angel " (1960), ballets "Checkmate" (1937) and " Lady from the Shallot " (1958), cantatas, the concordance " Heroes of a morning " (with the reader and a mansion, 1930), etc.
  • "BLITZKRIEG" (a nem. Blitzkrieg, from Blitz - a lightning and Krieg - war), see. Lightning war.
  • LIGHTING TOURNAMENT, checkrow competition to a cut time check (as a rule, on 5 mines on a consignment to each rival).
  • The UNIT (a nem. Block, goll. blok), 1) a part of the device, the mechanism, the device, etc., representing set functionly consolidated, often of the same type elements, parts (napr., the cylinder block, electrical power unit of the television receiver)... 2) the Design prefabricated element or an item, routinely prefabricated, used in the modern prefabrication (napr., the unit volumetric, stenovoj, vitrified).
  • The UNIT, component part by the way sprockets with the gutter on a circle for a filament, a circuit, a chain cable. Apply in machines and mechanisms to a veering of action forces (standing block), for obtaining a mechanical advantage or ways (running block).
  • The UNIT book, leafs of the book, the fitted under the order, tailored or vulcanized and preformed for an insert in a bookbinding cover or a cover.
  • The UNIT (Bloch) Jean Rishar (1884-1947), the French writer and the public figure. Participant "Klarte". In books "... And the company " (1917), "Sibilla" (1932) asserted historical hopelessness of proprietary classes. The book of sketches " Spain! Spain! " (1936) about the Civil war in Spain. A drama "Toulon" (1943, it is published in 1944).
  • The UNIT SELECTIVE, the agreement of several political parties on joint moving out of the candidate or the candidate list at elections to representative bodies of an authority, the president, etc.
  • The UNIT Mark (1886-1944), the French historian. Transactionses on the West-European feudalism, agrarian attitudes in France, to general problems of a methodology of a history. Together with L.Fevrom has based the log-book " Annal... " (1929). The participant of movement of Resistance, rasstreljan gestapo.
  • BLOCKAGE (English blockade), 1) system of measures of political or economic character, directed on isolation, violation of external relations of the quenched state with the purpose of his forcing to fulfilment of any requests... 2) Military blockage - isolation of quenched object (a grouping of a troops, city, the state, etc.) by violation of his external relations overland, in air and on the pest. The purpose of blockage - an exhausting of a quenched grouping and its forcing to surrender, firing of a war-economy power of the hostile state, etc. Blockage in a tactical scale calls as locking.
  • BLOCKAGE NOVOCAINIC, a method of treatment, founded on temporary cutoff of an innervation in fixed range (napr., lumbar) through injections of novocaine. Apply at a renal colic, different inflammatory processes.
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