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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Also by Vilde is a plate showing tools and a book, which is known as the 'Knowledge Lightens Work' plate due to the slogan in Cyrillic letters in its cavetto (Fig.
Golden Cyrillic letters circling the border read: 'In Aid of the Famine-stricken Population of the Volga Region'.
Furthermore, the Cyrillic letter io is a common representation of the vowel [??], which is found in MariE (Upsa) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], and the vowel a as found in MariW tsamem (see CepreeB 2002 : 102-110).
Sebeok (1960 : 315) mistook the Cyrillic letter N for b and thus incorrectly reads this as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
the sum of the number of Cyrillic letters in these numbers' names) is 16 in any row, column, or diagonal.
the number of Cyrillic letters needed to spell each of the Russian numbers' names) is 36.
Dotting the rest of the gallery were blocky bookshelves filled with books pieced together from fabric and cardboard, decorated, more often than not, in shades of red, pink, and black, and marked with vaguely Russian Constructivist--looking elements and Cyrillic letters on the spines.
The grave, marked with a simple marble slab inscribed with both of their names in Cyrillic letters and the dates 1941-2006, was dug beneath a favourite linden tree where the couple first kissed as high school sweethearts.
Many people only understand Azeri with Cyrillic letters but they barely speak Russian; and, since Aug.
Every now and again, says Sherbell, his Jewish humour tickled, the row upon row of Cyrillic letters would flutter pointlessly.
ABV, which is an acronym for Alternative for Bulgarian Revival, also consists in Bulgarian of the first three Cyrillic letters ([ETH][ETH][ETH]).
Cleverly hidden from the casual viewer, the monogram consists of the stylised Cyrillic letters 'G', 'B', and 'C', which could stand for her name: Grafina (Countess) von der Pahlen Samoilova (her maiden name, Von der Pahlen, is also represented by the coat-of-arms above the doorway).
The new international airport at Sofia is so similar to Heathrow's Terminal 5 that I thought I had flown in a circle from London and landed back home until I saw the Cyrillic letters above the English translation on airport signs.
The starting page of the Google search engine in Bulgaria,, was launched in Bulgarian Cyrillic letters for May 24, Day of Slavic Script and Bulgarian Culture.
Bulgarian has 30 Cyrillic letters which are written exactly the same way in Russian; the only difference is that the Russian language has 3 more Cyrillic letters, i.e.