Cyrillic alphabet

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Synonyms for Cyrillic alphabet

an alphabet derived from the Greek alphabet and used for writing Slavic languages (Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Ukrainian, and some other Slavic languages)

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Although Slavic librarians should be aware of these differences, a simple way to avoid mistakes in transliteration is to search Esterum's e-catalog using Cyrillic characters.
25" diskettes, the CD-ROM and a useful and well-written set of user documentation also comes a package of "keytops" that you can use to place the Cyrillic characters and punctuation symbols on the keys of your keyboard.
Many Bulgarians read only Cyrillic characters, creating yet another communication challenge.
Izvestia's chief Washington foreign editor carried pasted-up page proofs to Moscow, where the copy was reproduced, line for line, in Cyrillic characters on a third-generation Linotype 6 system.
The MMI Touch function accommodates a wide range of text inputs, including Japanese, Chinese and Cyrillic characters.
Play back Asian or Cyrillic characters or non-standard symbols and images.
So they realize they'll need to have a navigation system that uses Cyrillic characters.
Each package contains Cyrillic keypad stickers to map Cyrillic characters to standard computer keyboard characters.
Another breakthrough by the DeviceLock development team, DLSS can consistently recognize Cyrillic characters in any text format within PostScript encoding and accurately index and search them.
Our Russian customers now can research names using Cyrillic characters and display the results in their native language, this is unmatched in the industry" added Mr.
In addition, the electronic program guide displays Cyrillic characters and is customized for the Russian market with Russian language technical support documentation.
mPhase, a pioneer in the delivery of interactive video services over telecommunications networks, is deploying the mPhase TV+ System in Russia, using the Bitstream technology as a platform for Cyrillic characters incorporated in the on-screen electronic programming guide (EPG).
For example, the optional electronic program guide displays Cyrillic characters and is customised for the Russian market with Russian language technical support.
For example, the optional electronic program guide displays Cyrillic characters and is customized for the Russian market with Russian language technical support.
ZyIMAGE already contained full support for over 90 languages, including all Western- and Eastern-European languages, Greek and those with Cyrillic characters, as well as Arabic, Farsi, and many African languages.