Tuesday, July 3, 2007

  • VULGARIZM, the word or the expression which is inherent to familiar or rough speech.
  • The VULGAR MATERIALISM, flow in philosophy is grey. 19 century, which representatives (Foht, Bjuhner, Moleshott) extremely simplified materialistic outlook, negated specificity of consciousness, identifying it{him} with a matter (" the brain secretes thought the same as a liver - a gall ").
  • VULGAR SOTSIOLOGIZM (vulgar sociology), in the marxist literature the notation of abbreviated, straight-line{rectilinear} interpretation of forms of public consciousness (especially philosophy, the literature, art) is extreme as expression of interests of a fixed class, as direct inquest of influence on them of economy or technique.
  • VULCANO (Vulcano), an island in Tirrenskom m., in archipelago Lipari islands, in structure of Italy. 21,2 êì2. Top of a submerged active volcano (an altitude 499 ì).
  • VULPIUS (Vulpius) Christian Avgust (1762-1827), the german writer. The writer t. n. The predatory novels, including " Rinaldo Rinaldini " (1797-1800).
  • VULTURN, see. Evr.
  • WOOLF Vitaly Jakovlevich (r. 1932), the Russian critic, the doctor of historical sciences. With 1967 in Institute of comparative political science of the Russian Academy of Science. In 1990th read lectures on Russian theatre at universities of Amsterdam and New York. With 1980 cooperates on a television. From 1994 master popular programs " the Silver sphere " (about actors of theatre and kino).
  • WOOLF George (Jury) Viktorovich (1863-1925), Russian kristallograf, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science (1921). Has placed{installed} (1913, irrespective of U.L.Bregga) conditions of X-ray diffraction (conditions of the Bragg - Woolf).
  • WOOLF Eugeny Vladimirovich (1885-1941), Russian botanikogeograf, the florist. The main{basic} activities on probe of plant resources of the world and on a history of science. The expert on a flora and vegetation of Crimea. The writer of reports on efirno-oil-brearing plants, tannic, dyeing and to drug plants.
  • WOOLF (Wulff) Hilmar (1908-80), the danish writer. Realistic trilogies about workers: " How is the weather in April " (1942), " Such really there is " (1943), " an Ode of transactionses " (1945); novels about the modern Denmark (including "Bad weather", 1950, " the Young man in searches ", 1959).
  • WULFENITE, mineral of a class of molybdates, Pb [MoO4]. Impurity{additives} Ca, ÒR (infrequent grounds), W, V, U. Crystals, druses, crusts. Hardness ok. 3; firmness of 6,8 g / sm3. It will be derivated in oxidation zone of deposits of lead. Ore of lead.
  • VULCHI (Vulci), city etruskov in Center. Italy. In 280 up to n. e. It eroded by Romans. Tombs of 7-3 centuries up to n. e., including with paintings.
  • VUMERA (Woomera), an australian launching site (1946-76) in pieces. JUzh. Australia, in area of. Vumera. Some launch systems, maintenance areas and measuring points. 1-st start of an artificial satellite of the Earth in 1967. It is laid up.
  • The CHILD PRODIGY (a nem. Wunderkind - the miracle - child), the highly gifted child (sometimes ironical).
  • VUNDT (Wundt) Wilhelm (1832-1920), the german psychologist, the physiologist, the philosopher, the foreign honorary member Petersburg AN (1902). One of founders of experimental psychology. A central role in spiritual life retracted bullock. Has put forward a conception " an analytical introspection " (see. An introspection). " Psychology of peoples " (t. 1-10, 1900-20) - one of the first experiences of ethnopsychology, contains psychologic interpretation of the myth, religion, art, etc.
  • VUOKSA (fin. Vuoksi, Vuoksi), the river in Finland and the Russian Federation. 156 kms, the area of basin of 52,4 thousand êì2. Escapes from an eskar. Saimaa, runs in Ladoga an eskar. Average discharge of water over 600 from a river plant. On r. Vuoksa - a waterfall Imatra; Imatra (Finland).
  • VUOLIJOKI (Wuolijoki) Hella (psevd. JUhani Tervapjaja and Feliks Tuli) (1886-1954), the Finnish writer, the participant of Resistance movement. Wrote in the Estonian and Finnish tongues. Roman " Inhabitants Zatumannogo " (hours 1-2, 1914-33), plays ("Kojdula", 1932, etc.) from the Estonian life. A cycle of realistic plays about generic manor Niskavuori, including "Women Niskavuori" (1936), showing crash of a patriarchal household activities, the play of "Justin" (1937). The autobiographical trilogy (1945-53).
  • VUPPERTAL (Wuppertal), city in Germany, ground the Sowing. Rhine - Vestfalija. 372,4 thousand inhabitants (1989). A machine industry, textile, chemical, a food-processing industry. The Barman and Elberfeld is derivated in 1929 interflow of cities.
  • VURGUN Samed (an ice-film. A name and fam. Samed JUsif ogly Vekilov) (1906-56), the Azerbaijan poet, the national poet of Azerbaijan (1943), the public figure, academician AN of Azerbaijan (1945). The collection of verses on construction of new life; poetic dramas "Vagif" (1937), " Farhad and Breadths " (1941), "Person" (1945); a cycle of the verses dedicated Great Domestic war; poems about contemporaries "Mugan" (1949), "Ajgjun" (1951), " the Standard-bearer of eyelid " (1954). Transferred{translated} products{creations} of the Russian literature and literatures of peoples of the USSR. The state premium of the USSR (1941, 1942).
  • The VAMPIRE, see. The vampire.
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