Wednesday, June 6, 2007

  • MAJOR TAP, the river in Zap. Siberia, the left-handed in-leak{influx} r. Konda. 504 kms, the area of basin of 6,7 thousand êì2.
  • MAJOR UVAT, lake in the south Zap. Siberia. 179 êì2. From Major Uvata escapes r. Vertenis also runs into a mouth of Ishim.
  • MAJOR UZBEK TRACT, highway Tashkent - Termez, 708 kms. It is constructed in 1939-40. Passes through the regional centres of Uzbekistan: Gulistan, Dzhizak, Samarkand, Karshi. A plot of a main highway Alma-Ata - Bishkek - Tashkent - Termez.
  • MAJOR UZEN, the river in Saratov (Russian Federation) and Ural (Kazakhstan) region of 650 kms, the area of basin of 15,6 thousand êì2. Average discharge of water for. Novouzensk 6,7 m3 / with. Runs into drainless Common reed - Samara lakes. A drainage in the spring. It is used for an irrigation.
  • MAJOR CHEREMSHAN, the river in Zavolzhje, the left-handed in-leak{influx} of Volga (runs into water reservoir Kujbyshevskoe). 336 kms, the area of basin of 11,5 thousand êì2. Average discharge of water in a mouth 36,1 m3 / with.
  • MAJOR JUGAN, the river in Zap. Siberia, the left-handed in-leak{influx} of Ob. 1063 kms, the area of basin of 34,7 thousand êì2. Driveable. It is navigable on 457 kms. From a mouth.
  • BOLYAI (Bolyai) (Bolyai) JAnosh (1802-1860), the Hungarian mathematician. Has self-contained come to the main{basic} ideas of a non-Euclidean geometry (are published in 1832).
  • BOM (evenk)., a high vertical wall, an abrupt downslope of a river valley; a heavy going gorge (Altai, Sayan mountains, Transbaikalia).
  • BOMA (Boma), city in the west of Zaire, 246 thousand inhabitants (1991). A port (available for courts of admiralty) in an estuary firth r. Congo, in 75 kms from Atlantic ok. A thorough revision of agricultural raw material; the chemical, wood-working, metal-working enterprises. A ship repair. Fishery. It is based in 16 century. In 1886-1926 administrative centre of Belgian Congo.
  • BOMANUAR (Beaumanoir) Phillip de Remi (1250-96), the French lawyer, one of the first French theorists of the right, the maker of the collection of customs of medieval France (t. n. kutjumy Bovuazi).
  • BEAUMARCHAIS (Beaumarchais) Pierre Ogjusten (1732-99), the French playwright. In comedies " the Seville barber " (1775) and " Marriage Figaro " (1784) is figured the conflict between the third estate and nobility before Great French revolution; the hero of a comedy - full powers and mind{wit} the servant. On scenes of plays V.A.Mozart operas (1786) and Dzh are written. Rossini (1816).
  • CHARGE (frants. bombe), 1) the obsolete title of ammunition gear. From 19 century in Russian artillery gears in mass over 1 pood (16 kg) called as a charge... 2) the Aerial bomb, a kind{view} of an air ammunition. Exist{breathe} nuclear (see. A hydrogen bomb, the Nuclear bomb), high-capacity, fragmentation, armour-piercing, anti-tank, antisubmarine and other charges... 3) the Depth charge - marine boepripas for a defeat of submersibles, anchor and ground mines, etc. Are air and ship... 4) the Gear made by a crude method, for the subversive and terrorist purposes.
  • BLOAT (frants. bombage) canned food, a swelling of a can - education of gases in connection with reproduction in canned food of microorganisms (canned food are unusable to the use) or owing to t. n. A spurious bulging (napr., a carbonic bloat at preparation of canned food from a fresh-killed meat).
  • BOMBAKSOVYE (baobabovye), a set of dycotyledonous plants. Almost all bombaksovye - tropical trees. Ok. 180 kinds{views} (20 stems), among which baobab, durian, a balsa wood tree, etc.
  • BOMBARDA (frants. bombarde), one of the first artillery pieces used at osade and the defence of strengths in 14-16 centuries.
  • BOMBARDIR (a nem. Bombardier), in Russian army and on fleet originally the soldier or the mariner maintained bombardirskie the instruments (howitzers, mortiry, unicorns); since 19 century a rank in the army artillery, matching to the corporal in other service arms.
  • BOMBER, the combat aircraft intended for a defeat of terraneous and marine objects of the opponent by charges and missiles. Are sectioned on front (tactical), long-distance (strategic) and deck (ship).
  • BOMBARDIRSKY the SHIP{SPACECRAFT}, a sailing combat ship kon. 17 - nach. 19 centuries. Had up to 20 guns or 2-4 mortiry. It was applied to firing bayshore strengths.
  • BOMBARDIRY, a subfamily of bugs of a set of carabids. Length of 5-20 mm. St. 500 kinds{views}, are distributed widely. Sheltering, bombardiry vybryzgivajut a caustic liquid which in air turns to fallow, as though blasting out (from here the title). Larvas bombardirov - parasites of cocoons of other bugs.
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