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Synonyms for Cyrillic

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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A brief text introduces the readers to the Cyrillic alphabet - the third official alphabet in the European Union after the Latin alphabet and the Greek alphabet.
According to reports from Kazakhstan's state media, the government is willing to pay nearly 218 billion Kazakhstani tenge or US $664 million to convert the Cyrillic script into a Latin-based script during the course of the next seven years during a three-stage transition process.
Then they say that paragraph 2 of Article 1 brings into question paragraph 1 of Article 1, namely that in the whole territory of the Republic of Macedonia and its international relations, official is the Macedonian language and its Cyrillic alphabet.
The Cyrillic representation speaks against a round vowel, however.
The uppercase Cyrillic alphabet includes twelve symbols that are visually quite similar to counterparts in our Latin alphabet: A, B, C, E, H, K, M, O, P, T, X, and Y.
There is plenty in this welcome reissue to spark interest in different countries, cultures and languages, from transliterations of the aboriginal languages of New Zealand and Australia to the reproduction of the Cyrillic script of Russian, as well as Chinese ideograms.
Strolling by the busy street that's lined by a slew of rent-a-car companies on one side, they stop by one shop that's cared to stick out its 'attractive' daily rates for renting a sedan on its glass windows in Cyrillic.
It was written with the Glagolitic alphabet called round Glagolitic script, but later it was replaced by the Cyrillic script in the east region of Balkan, i.e.
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Cyril (at right), who developed the Cyrillic alphabet; Boleslaw, the first king of Poland; astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus; and St.
Four character sets including special characters are already stored in the character ROM: English/Japanese, English/ Russian (Cyrillic) and two different Western European character sets.
The author of G Data blog "MN" has alleged that the complexity of the malware and the presence of Cyrillic words in the malware sample proved the involvement of the Russian government.
"If I wanted that," he said, looking as cyrillic as a parrot, "I could have bought Arsenal."
Conservatives have also started gathering signatures for another referendum, demanding a ban of the Cyrillic alphabet in Croatia.