Monday, May 21, 2007

  • VIBROTHERAPY, method of treatment of diseases of peripheric nervous system, aseptic inflammatory and other processes with the help of vibration created by special apparatuses (primarily in the form of vibrational massage). Improves a blood circulation, a metabolism, boosts neurotrophic functions.
  • VIBROTRAUMA, pathological changes in tissues and the organs, originating under influence of a short-lived judder.
  • VIVALDI (Vivaldi) Antonio (1678-1741), the italian composer, the violinist - virtuoso. The creator of a genre of a solo tool concert and alongside with A.Korelli - koncherto grosso. His cycle "Seasons" (1725) - one of early samples programmnosti in music. St. 40 operas, an oratorio, a cantata; tool concerts of different structures (465), etc.
  • VIVARIUM (an armour. vivarium, from vivus - alive), a room for the content (sometimes and cultivations) predominary laboratory animal.
  • VIVASVAT (sanskr. Irradiant), vedijsky the god of light and the sun, the grandparent of people. Son Aditi.
  • VIVATNYJ the CANT (vivat) (an armour. vivat - long live), the kind of the panegyrical cant which has been usual in Russian music of Peter epoch. The melody had fanfarno-ruladnyj character. Were executed a mansion or group of singers primarily during court methods and festivals. Existed up to kon. 18 century.
  • VIVACHE (vivo) (ital. vivace, vivo, characters. - alive), in music - fast rate, mean between allegro and presto; the alive, inspired character of performance.
  • VIVEKANANDA Svami (1863-1902), the indian thinker - humanist, the religious reformer and the public figure. Doctrine Vivekananda promoted liberation movement in India.
  • CIVET CAT (tsivety), a stem of mammals of a set viverrovyh. Length of a body of 60-85 sm, a tail 31-48 see 4 kinds, in JUgo-Vost. Asia. Object of a hunt. 1 subspecies in the Red Data Book of the International union of nature protection and natural resources.
  • VIVES (Vives) Huan Luis (1492-1540), the spanish thinker of Renaissance, the humanist and the teacher. Opposed scholasticism in protection of trial knowledge. Pedagogical ideas Vivesa have influenced J.A.Komenskogo, and also on I.Loyola.
  • VIVI, lake in northwest of Central Siberian plateau. The area 130 êì2. From Vivi escapes r. Vivi (in-leak of Lower Tunguska).
  • VIVIAN Sevastijsky (mind. ok. 320), one of a magpie sevastijskih martyrs.
  • VIVIANITE, mineral of a class of phosphates, Fe3 [PO4] 2.8Í2Î. Impurity Mn, Mg, Ca, Fe3 +. Colourless and bluish crystals, groundy units. Hardness 1,5-2; firmness of 2,7 g / sm3. Sedimental, less often hypergenic. A mineral color (a blue paint).
  • VIVIPARIJA (from an armour. vivus - alive and pario - I travail), the same, that a viviparity.
  • VIVISECTION (from an armour. vivus - alive and sectio - a sectioning) (zhivosechenie), the operation on alive animal with the purpose of study of functions of an organism, action on him of different substances, development of methods of treatment, etc.
  • VIVO, in music - the same, that vivache.
  • VIVIEN DE the SEN-OPEN-HEARTH FURNACE (Vivien de Saint-Martin) Lui (1802-97), the French geographer. The writer " Histories of geography and geographycal discoverings " (1873), " the New dictionary of world geography " (t. 1-7). Transactionses on historical geography the Sowing. America, M.Azii, India.
  • VI-GAS, CH3 (C2H5O) P (O) SCH2CH2N [CH (CH3) 2] 2, a colourless liquid, têèï> 300 °S. A poisonous substance of neuroparalytic action (under foreign data). Has very high inhalation and kozhno-rezorbtivnoj a toxicity (a lethal dose at rezorbtsii through a leather of 8-10 mg).
  • VIGAN (Wihan) Ganush (1855-1920), the Czech violoncellist, the composer. The court musician in Germany. The founder of " the Czech quartet " (1891). Plays for a violoncello. International competitions by him. Vigana in Prague (1950, 1955). Professor "Motsarteuma" in Salzburg (with 1873) and conservatories in Prague (with 1888).
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