Tuesday, July 3, 2007

  • ALTITUDE, in geometry - a cutting of the perpendicular lowered{omitted} from top of geometric pattern (napr., a triangle, a pyramid, a cone) on its{her} grounding (or prolongation of the grounding), and also length of this cutting. An altitude of a prism, the cylinder, a spherical layer, and also truncated in bridge to the grounding of a pyramid and a cone - distance between the top and bottom groundings.
  • PITCH OF A TONE, quality of a note, the form of perception the person of vibration frequency of a soniferous body. With growth of frequency the pitch of a tone increases.
  • RISE OF TIDE, rule{situation;position} of a pitch tidal level at present, read out from a chart datum.
  • ALTITUDE SICKNESS, painful condition at rise on the high altitudes, stipulated by the considerable drop of fractional pressure of oxygen in an inhaled air: feeling of weariness, a vertigo, a headache, a nausea, a pain in ears, a syncope, etc.
  • ALTITUDE POJASNOST (altitude zonality), objective changeover of natural environments in mountains in accordance with increase of a true altitude. It is accompanied by changes geomorphological, hydrological, soil-building processes, structure of vegetation and fauna. Many features altitude pojasnosti are determined by an exposition of downslopes, their arrangement in relation to prevailing air masses and remoteness from oceans. The figure of belts will routinely increase in high mountains and with an approaching to equator.
  • HIGH-ALTITUDELY - COMPENSATORY the COSTUME{SUIT}, personal equipment of the pilot for protection against a parasite effect of a pressure fall in an event of a puncture of a sealed compartment by building adjustable external pressure. Together with a pressure helmet it is used at flights at the altitude up to 30 kms.
  • The ALTIMETER (altimeter), the device directing a flying height of a flight vehicle. A pressure altimeter measure an altitude concerning a departure point, radio altimeters - an altitude above proletaemoj terrain.
  • VYSOTSK (up to 1948 Uuras), city (with 1940) in the Russian Federation, the Leningrad region, on about. Vysotsky, a port in Finnish a hall. A depot. 1 thousand inhabitants (1991). It is based in nach. 18 century. Peter I as strength Trongzund; in 1918-40 in structure of Finland.
  • VYSOTSKAJA Olga Sergeevna (r. 1906), the speaker of the All-Union wireless (1932-89), the national actress of the USSR (1980).
  • VYSOTSKAJA (Wysocka) Stanislav (1878-1941), a Polish actress, the producer. Scenic activity started from Saint Petersburg. Posledovatelnitsa the Moscow Art theatre. Tragedijnaja an actress; has embodied the best modes{images} of national dramatic art.
  • VYSOTSKY George Nikolaevich (1865-1940), the Ukrainian forester and pedologist, academician VASHNIL (1934) and AN Ukraine (1939). The main{basic} transactionses on safeguarding foresting, soil hydrology, landscape science.
  • VYSPJANSKY Stanislav (1869-1907), the Polish playwright, the artist, the theatrical figure. Historical ("Legend", 1897) and the modern political dramas ("Discharging", 1903); metaphorical a drama - pamphlet "Wedding" (1901). In graphic and an ornamental art (ekspressivnye sketches of stained glasses on themes of a Polish history, lyrical pastel landscapes and portraits, sketches of furniture, tissues, metal wares, registration of books) aspired{tried} to expression of the national beginning in style "modernist style".
  • EXHIBITION of ACHIEVEMENTS of the NATIONAL ECONOMY of USSR (VDNH), in 1959-91 permanently reacting{working} all-Union exhibition in Moscow. In terrain VDNH 82 pavilions entered{included} in 7 complexes (1989), with a display area of 200 thousand in m2 and ok. 50 ga the open spaces for demonstrating bulky technique. 300 domestic, foreign and international exhibitions, were annually conducted by 5 thousand conferences, seminars, meetings of scientists and experts which participants became more than 300 thousand person; attendance ok. 11 million person annually, including 600 thousand aliens. About 1992 All-Russia exhibition centre.
  • "OUTRIGGER BOOM", the maximum officer courses him{it}. Marshal of Soviet Union B.M.Shaposhnikova in Solnechnogorsk of the Moscow region. Are based in 1918. Execute retraining officers of arms of a land forces of a link of shelves - a batallion.
  • HIGHER MATHEMATICS, set{combination} of the mathematical disciplines, technical curriculum technical and some other special educational institutions; routinely the course of higher mathematics actuates elements of an analytical geometry, a linear algebra, differential calculus, an integral calculus and differential equations.
  • The MAXIMUM NERVOUS ACTIVITY, activity of the maximum departments of central nervous system (bark of major hemispheres and the subcortical centres), ensuring the most perfect adaptation animal and the person to an environment. In the basis{fundamentals} of the maximum nervous activity conditioned reflexes and the composite unconditioned reflexes (instincts, emotions, etc.) lay. The availability is typical of the maximum nervous human activity not only 1-st signal system which is inherent and animal, but also 2-nd signal system, to the bound with speech and inherent only to the person. The doctrine about the maximum nervous activity is built by I.P.Pavlovym.
  • "HIGHER SCHOOL", publishing house, Moscow. It is based in 1939 (up to 1959 " the Soviet science "). The educational literature for high schools, mean special and professional educational institutions, a number{series} of log-books.
  • HIGHER EDUCATION, level of skill of the expert, received in higher educational establishments on the basis full secondary education and confirmed by the conforming diploma.
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