Wednesday, June 6, 2007

  • BRUSHTEJN Alexander Jakovlevna (1884-1968), the Russian writer. The autobiographical trilogy, versed to the juvenile reader: " it is dear leaves in a distance... " (1956), " In rassvetnyj hour " (1958), "Spring" (1961).
  • MESENTERY (mezentery), the pleat of a peritoneum attaching an internals to walls of a perigastrium for the person and animal, having secondary cavity - the whole.
  • BRYZHI (polsk. bryze), a collar or extension{issue} on a breast by the way frills.
  • BRYZGINA (Vladykina) Olga Arkadjevna (r. 1963), Ukrainian sportsmenka (track and field). CHempionka Olympic Games (1988 and 1992) in trot race on 400 m and in relay race 4รต400 m. Repeated chempionka and rekordsmenka the USSR.
  • BRYZGUNY, a set of fishes of order okuneobraznyh. Length ok. 20 see 4-5 kinds{views}, in fresh and salty waters JUgo-Vost. Asia, in mangroves. Eat hexapods, forcing down{churning} their water jet from a mouth.
  • BRYL JAnka (Ivan Antonovich) (r. 1917), the Byelorussian writer, the national writer of Belarus (1981). The story " In Zabolotje dawns " (1950), collections of stories " Wash an edge{a boundarouse} native " (1960.) " Once again the first snow " (1977), the collection of lyrical miniatures " the Handful of sun rays " (1965), the documentary book " I - from igneous village " (1977; together with A.Adamovichem and V.Kolesnikom), sketches, books for children. The state premium of the USSR (1952).
  • BRYLSKAJA (Brylska) Barbara (r. 1941), a Polish actress. At kino with 1963. It was taken out in films: "Pharaon", " Pan Volodyevsky "; the Soviet films - "Discharging", " Cities and years ", " the Twist of fate, or With a lung the ferry ". The state premium of the USSR (1977).
  • BRYMBAROV Hristo (1905-74), the Bulgarian singer (baritone). The soloist of the Sofia national opera. Has acquired world popularity. The professor of State academy of music. Pupils: N.Gjaurov, D.Uzunov, etc.
  • SHEEP CHEESE (from rum. brinza), a brine-ripened cheese from a sheep milk or mixes sheep with the goat.
  • BRYNKOVJANU (Brankovjanu) (Brincoveanu) Konstantin (1654-1714), gospodar Walachia with 1688. Has discovered some printing houses, has executed{has come true} construction (1700-02) palaces Mogoshoaja (ok. Bucharest), etc. In 1703 has placed{installed} diplomatic relations with Russia. It is executed by turkish authorities.
  • BRYNKUSHI (Brincusi), frants. Brankuzi (Brancusi) Konstantin (1876-1957), the Romanian sculptor. One of ancestors of abstractionism in an european sculpture. Realistic portraits, plastic the generalized symbolical modes{images} (a series " the Bird in the space ", with 1910). In a memorial complex in. Tyrgu-ZHiu (1937-38) aspired{tried} to the modern interpretation of traditions of the Romanian folk art.
  • The BRAGG (Bragg), English physics, founders of a X-ray structural analysis, father and the son. First (1913) have deciphered nuclear structures of some crystals with the help of X-ray diffraction. The Nobel Prize (1915.1) William Genri (1862-1942), the member (1906) and the president (1935-40) London royal societies... 2) William Lawrence (1890-1971), director Kavendishskoj of laboratory (1938-53) and Royal institute in Cambridge (1954-60). Has placed{installed} t. n. Conditions of the Bragg - Woolf.
  • The BRAGG - WOOLF CONDITIONS of X-ray diffraction in a crystal: 2dsin?? = m?, where d - distance between reflecting crystal planes? - an angle between an incident ray and a reflecting plane? - a wavelength of radiance, m - the whole positive number. It is established{installed} in 1913 U.L.Breggom and separately by G.V.Woolf. Bragg - Woolf conditions - the basis{fundamentals} of a x-ray structural analysis.
  • BRADBURY (Bradbury) Rej Douglas (r. 1920), the American writer. The prose synthesising science fiction, a fairy tale, a parable, social - psychologic probe: the book " Martian chronicles " (1950), novels " Drevo Thanksgivings " (1972), " Mors - lone occupation " (1985); the collection of stories " Wine from dandelions " (1957); anti-Utopia " 451 ° on the Fahrenheit " (1953) about tragical influence on crop degumanizirujushchih the parties of technological advance. Verses.
  • BRADLEY (Bradley) Lobster Nelson (1893-1981), the American general (1950). In 2-¯ world war commanded a body, with 1944 1-st army and 12-th army group in Europe. In 1947-49 chief of an army headquarters the USA, in 1949-53 committee chairman of chiefs of headquarters of armed forces the USA and military committee of the NATO.
  • BRADLEY Frensis Gerberg (1846-1924), the English philosopher, the chapter English neogegeljanstva. Criticized a positivism and a utilitarianism from items teisticheskogo " absolute idealism ". The main composition " the Phenomena and a reality ".
  • BREDSTRIT (Bradstreet) Anna (1612-72), the first American poetess. The writer of the book " the Tenth muse who has recently appeared in America " (1650, it is published in the London). In the off-the-shelf time interest to its{her} creativity was involved{attracted} with poem Dzh dedicated her. Berrimena " the Tribute to madam Bredstrit " (1953).
  • BREILA (Braila) (Braila), city and a port on Danube, on the orient Romania, an administrative centre zhudetsa Breila. 235 thousand inhabitants (1992). Metallurgy, a machine industry, pulp and paper, chemical, cement, wood-working, sewing, a food-processing industry.
  • BRENGVIN (Brenguin) (Brangwyn) Frenk (1867-1956), the English schedule{chart} and the painter. In ekspressivnyh large etchings ("Sawhands", 1904) has embodied heroic and gravity of transactionses, inclement appearance of industrial cities. Anti-war lithographs and posters.
  • BRESTED (Breasted) James Genri (1865-1935), the American egyptologist, supervised over archeological excavations in Egypt and Nubia. Has emited the canopy drevneegipetskih historical documents.
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