In April 1999 Sibneft unveiled a new green-and-blue logo, with two flavours: traditional Cyrillic alphabet
letters for Russians, and Roman characters for everyone else.
We continue to see lots of interesting patterns used by spammers, such as: 'randomized characters' in the email subject line; the use of word variations, including 'whitespace' insertions within words, to elude spam screens; misspellings of common spam terms; numeric substitutions for certain letters within common junk email words - such as a number '3' for an 'E' and a number '1' for an 'I', and a number '0' for a 'o'; and even the use of characters from the Cyrillic alphabet
in email subject lines.
Tourists are still scarce, and the locals have a reflexive and gracious sense of hospitality that makes travelers feel welcome even if they might be disoriented by the countryas Cyrillic alphabet
(although more and more street signs include the Roman alphabet).
Kazakh currently uses the Cyrillic alphabet
, introduced in 1940 when it was a Soviet republic.
It was there, in the dark labyrinths of the Middle Ages, that the Macedonian Cyrillic alphabet
The Macedonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed that Minister Lavrov insisted to visit Ohrid as the cradle of the Cyrillic alphabet
According to him, it is wrong that many documents have to be filled out only in the Macedonian language and the Cyrillic alphabet
Neubert, a Digital Projects Coordinator at the Library of Congress, assembles 11 essays discussing issues in Slavic digital librarianship, such as the digital conversion of the Cyrillic alphabet
, copyright, text encoding, user testing, electronic texts, and digital reference.
RENT IT IF: You get a thrill from the prospect of Harrison Ford fighting a losing battle with the Cyrillic alphabet
Russian/Soviet maps can be intimidating at first glance due to their Russian-language content and the Cyrillic alphabet
Then, a mere decade later, in 1939, Moscow decreed a change from the Latin to the Cyrillic alphabet
, in order to facilitate education in Russian and consolidate the revised version of the Soviet Union.
The photographs show young women holding signs written in the Cyrillic alphabet
, reading "Thank You" in Bulgarian.