Wednesday, June 6, 2007

  • BUKARAMANGA (Bucaramanga), city on north-east of Columbia, an administrative centre of department Santander. 349 thousand inhabitants (1992). Tobacco, textile, a cement industry. University. It is based in 1623.
  • SNOUT BEETLE, the bug of a set trubkovertov, the pest of fruit crops in Europe and the Sowing. Iran. Green - blue with a metallic appearance, length of 2-3 mm. Eats kidneys and flowers, larvas - stakes and primary ribs of leaves.
  • BUKASOV Sergey Mihajlovich (1891-1983), the Russian selector, academician VASHNIL (1956), the Hero Socialist Transactionses (1971). Transactionses on selection and a taxonomist of a potato, the writer rakoustojchivyh and fitoftoroustojchivyh grades. The state premium of the USSR (1949).
  • The CHARACTER, actuarial mark which in itself or in combination to other marks is used for notation on the letter of notes, phonemes, their basic versions and their sample sequences. Napr., Russian "« character in the word "water" means a phoneme "«" in its{her} principal view, in the word "water" - the version of this phoneme sounding as "á"; English h means 2 notes: k + s.
  • BUKEEVA Hadisha (r. 1917), the Kazakh actress, the national actress of the USSR (1964). With 1942 at the Kazakh theatre him{it}. Auezova. The state premium of the USSR (1952).
  • BUKEEVSKAJA the HORDE (the Internal Horde), Kazakh hanstvo in 1801-76, the vassal of Russia, it is called named anthurus Bukeja Nuralimova. It is derivated by natives from Junior zhuza (5 thousand families) between rr. Ural and Volga. Was part Astrakhan of lips.
  • BUKEFAL (grech. bychjegolovyj), a name of a liked horse Alexander the Great. After death Bukefala a number{series} founded Alexander in Asia of cities has received title Bukefalija.
  • BUKIN Andrey Anatoljevich (r. 1957), the Russian sportsman (figure skating), the deserved master of sport (1984). The champion of Olympic Games (1988), the world (1985-88), Europe (1983, 1985-88), the USSR (1982, 1983, 1987).
  • BUKIN Vasily Nikolaevich (1899-1979), the Russian biochemist, corresponding member AN the USSR (1964). The main{basic} probes on a biosynthesis of vitamins and their roles in a metabolism. On the basis of Bukin activities with employees in the USSR the domestic production{manufacture} and use of some vitamins is adjusted. The state premium of the USSR (1949).
  • SECOND-HAND BOOK (from frants. bouquin - the second-hand book), 1) in the Russian book trade the books issued with 1851 on 1960 (as against issued earlier which call antiquarian)... 2) the Book, being in the use, sold in secondhand bookshops.
  • BUKITTINGGI (Bukittinggi), niderl. A fort - de-Kok (Fort de Koñk), city in Indonesia, on about. Sumatra, for foot of burning mountain Marapi. 71 thousand inhabitants (1980.) Center of a farming area. One of the first Dutch settlements on an island (1825).
  • FRISE (from frants. boucle - curled), tissues with a pulled surface similar to small-sized astrakhan; are produced from a yarn shaped or a crepe twist. From a frise sew an outerwear.
  • The BOOKLET (English booklet, characters. - knizhechka), product{creation} of a seal{printing} on one quire, folded any ways in two plaits and more (brief guidebooks, circulars, etc.).
  • BUKN-FIORD (Boknfjord), a bay of Boreal m., for southwest coasts of Norway. Length of 52 kms, width up to 25 kms. Depth up to 917 m. It is a lot of islands. A main port - Stavanger.
  • The Moldavian writer, the national writer of Moldova (1982), the Hero Socialist Transactionses (1979) is BEECH (Bukov) Emilian (1909-84). The collection of lyrical verses (" Day true, day future ", 1965), poems, stories, the novel in verses "City Reut" (1956), the play " the Raging Danube " (1957), the novel "Main" (1969).
  • BUKOVINA, the historical title (since 15 century) parts of terrain of the modern Chernovtsy range on Ukraine (Boreal Bukovina) and ranges Suceava in Romania (Austral Bukovina).
  • BUKOVSKY (Bukovskis) Levs (1910-84), the Latvian sculptor, the national artist of Latvia (1976), corresponding member AH the USSR (1975). Executed inclement heroic a monument to fighters of Revolution 1905 on cemetery Matisa in Riga (1956-59); memorial band of memory{remembrance} of victims of a fascist terror in Salaspilse (1961-67, with co-authors; the Lenin premium, 1970).
  • BEECH FAMILY, set of dicotyledons, predominary monoecious, plants. Deciduous or evergreen trees, sometimes bushes. Ok. 600 kinds{views} (7-9 stems), in moderate, subtropical and tropical belts of both hemispheres (except for tropics Juzh. America and Africa). Many beech family - forest forming species: a beech, an oak, etc.
  • BUKOLIKA (from grech. bukolikos - pastushesky), non-proprietary name of two often blent genres antique " pastusheskoj poetry " - eclogues and idylls; in novoevropejskoj poetry the same, that a pastoral. The title from the title of a cycle of verses Vergilija.
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