Friday, June 15, 2007

  • VETERINARNO-SANITARIAN FACTORY (salvage factory), the enterprise, decontaminating corpses animal, industrial waste products of meat-packing factories both the kozhevenno-raw enterprises and processing them on a meat-and-bone meal in a forage animal.
  • VETERINARNO-SANITARIAN, system of measures under the supervisory control of a veterinarno-sanitary condition of animal husbandry and quality received, and also imported and exported cattle-breeding products and raw material. Implements experts of veterinary establishments. The VETERINARY DISPENSARY, veterinary establishment in an occupied point, renders medical and a disease-prevention service animal, carries out{conducts} a veterinarno-forest hygiene in maintained terrain.
  • BRANCH, city (with 1925) in Belarus, Gomel region, landing stage on r. Sozh. 9,6 thousand inhabitants (1991). Mild, a food-processing industry. It is based in 17 century.
  • VETKOVSKOE the CONSENT (vetkovtsy), group of old believers beglopopovskogo the sense, moved in kon. 17 century from Russian state on about. A branch on r. Sozh (then terrain of Speech Pospolitoj, nowadays Gomel region. Belarus). Has lost value in kon. 18 century.
  • WHITE WILLOW (basket willow), tree of a stem a willow.
  • VETLUGA, the river at the centre of the European part of the Russian Federation, the left-handed in-leak{influx} of Volga. 889 kms, the area of basin of 39,4 thousand êì2. Average discharge of water in a lower reaches 255 m3 / with. Driveable. It is navigable on 700 kms from a mouth.
  • The VETO (from an armour. veto - I provide against), 1) in state law the interdiction imposed by one public authority (chief of state) on the solutions of other state organ. The institute of the veto has arisen in Other. Rome. It is most known t later. n. Loose (liberum) the veto: in Poland 17-18 centuries the solution of parliament was deemed accepted, if for him{it} all deputies voted. In some modern states the veto power is routinely granted the chief of state concerning the laws adopted by parliament. 2) the Veto power call also foreseen as the UN Charter the principle of unanimity of permanent members of Security Council of the United Nations at a decision making under substantive questions.
  • CLOTH, rarefied inclement cotton of a calico weave (such as a tobacco cloth). Apply to cover{coating} of a layer of cotton wool or batting at sewing a winter outerwear. As cloth also call waste products of textile manufacture, aged things.
  • WEATHER SHAKE (anemone), stem of rhizomatous grasses (occasionally subshrubs) sets of a crowfoot family. Ok. 150 kinds{views}, on all terrestrial globe. Many of them - prevernal plants, some are decorative. 2 kinds{views} are guarded.
  • WINDY BELT, block in a north of Vost.-european plain, to the south from Onega bay. An altitude up to 336 m.
  • VETROAGREGAT, system from the windmill and presented by him{it} in motion of machines (pompes, electricity generators, etc.).
  • VETROVA Maria Fedoseevna (1870-97), revolutionary narodnitsa, the member " Groups narodovoltsev ". In 1896 it is encased in the Peter and Paul Fortress. In a mark of the protest against a prison mode sozhgla itself.
  • The WINDFALL, separate trees and standling timbers, fallen a wind.
  • VETROVSKAJA DEMONSTRATING, on the area of the Kazan cathedral in Saint Petersburg (4.3.1897) in the form of a funeral service for M.F.Vetrovoj. It is dispersed by police.
  • VETROGONNYE the MEANS, the medicinal substances reducing education of gases in a gastrointestinal tract and promoting them othozhdeniju at a meteorism (napr. Fennel water).
  • The WINDMILL, uses a wind power for a yield of a mechanical energy. Propeller-type windmills for which the fulcrum pin of the windwheel coincides a direction of an air flow are distributed predominary.
  • WIND ENERGETICS, branch of energetics, the bound with development of methods and a means for transformation{conversion} of a wind power to mechanic, thermal or electrical power. A wind - an iterated energy source. Wind energy can be utilised practically everywhere; application of wind driver generators in an agriculture is most long-range.
  • WINDS ABORIGINAL, with restricted regional{spatial} distribution{propagation}. Are secreted with speed, repeatability, a direction or other features (napr., breezes, a foehn, a milletgrass, a dry wind, a Mediterranean wind, hamsin, it mountain - dolinnye, glacial, etc. winds).
  • CHICKEN POX, acute virus infection predominary children with a fever and a crop by the way it is bubble, drying up in crusts. Infection from ill through air.
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