Cyrillic alphabet

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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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To use the facility, Sberbank customers will have to register their biometric data and then pay using fingerprints at 20 Azbuka Vkusa stores in Moscow.
Georgy Mikhailov, Vice President for IT and Innovation at Azbuka Vkusa:
"There's beer everywhere," an Azbuka Vkusa saleswoman said.
Ouvert en 1997, ''Azbuka Vkusa'' est un supermarche haut de gamme qui regroupe maintenant une cinquantaine d'etablissements a Moscou et une dizaine a Saint Petersbourg.
Soon, the company had its first Russian order, from quality supermarket chain Azbuka Vkusa, with more than 30 stores in cities including Moscow and St Petersburg.
Within the framework of the exhibition, representatives of the brand have been negotiating with Moscow's premium shopping networks, such as "Azbuka Vkusa", "Globus Gurme", etc.
A critical look (in English) at the writing career of Sofia Andreevna Tolstaya, followed by the reproduction (in Russian) of her major literary works, presented for the first time in a single volume: Natasha, her contributions to Tolstoy's Novaja azbuka [A new primer], Kukolkis-kelettsy i drugie rasskazy [The skeleton-dolls and other stories], Babushkin klad: predanie [Grandmother's treasure-trove: a fable], Chja vina: novella [Who is to blame?], Pesnja bez slov: povest' [Song without words: narrative], excerpts from Moja zhizn' [My life], a selection of poems.
Sorreta visited the headquarters of Azbuka Vkusa on August 04 to present a taste of the Philippines potential contribution to a growing Russian market and met with Ms.
(Moulin rightly and fairly takes to task the edition I put together for leaving out the great and delightful "Sacred History" section from "The School at Yasnaya Polyana." I regretted and regret its absence.) Besides Tolstoy's customarily marvelous and evocative fictional descriptions of people striving to educate themselves that continue all the way from Childhood to "Filipok" in the Azbuka and through his version of "Where Love Is, There God Is Also" to "Alysoha the Pot," Tolstoy doesn't really have much interesting to say about education.
(26) Mikhail Gasparov, 'Sonety Shekspira-perevody Marshaka', O russkoi poezii (St Petersburg: Azbuka, 2001), p.
Now thanks to Sberbank you can pay for purchases in Azbuka Vkusa supermarket by putting your finger on a special POS terminal with an imbedded biometric scanner.
Participants presented on the changeable nature of the individual in Tolstoy, on war, peace, and culture in War and Peace, but also on lesser-known works like "Al'bert," Tolstoy's "Azbuka," and the late play The Light Shines in the Darkness.
The operator has integrated with the Azbuka Svyazi telecommunications retail chain for introducing this offer.