The importance of this document is reflected in the fact that it is the oldest secular monument in the South Slavic region written in the Bosnian variant of the Cyrillic script
- 'Bosancica' and it is also the oldest legal document in the South Slavic area written in the vernacular.
Also Cyrillic script
provides almost exact sound-to-symbol representation, which is not the case for some other Slavic languages using Latin script, were dygraphs representing single phonemes often form stumbling blocks for a palindromist.
The ammunition had markings in the Cyrillic script
, suggesting that it was manufactured in either Russia.
Short chapters help the braided plot to avoid becoming overwhelming, and the novel is well-researched, from the Cyrillic script
to the exquisitely bleak "sailing stones" in Death Valley.
The Bulgars then founded the first unified Bulgarian state in 681 A.D., which dominated most of the Balkans and significantly influenced Slavic cultures, including the development of the Cyrillic script
. The First Bulgarian Empire lasted until the early 11th century when Byzantine emperor Basil II (reigned 976--1025) conquered and dismantled it.
Addressing the participants of the 16th International Congress of Slavists, an event hosted by the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dacic said that an additional problem was the increasing marginalization of the use of the Cyrillic script
, which is being justified by the universality of the Latin script, which he said permanently harmed the cultural identity of a people.
President Nazarbayev views that the current writing system of alphabets in use in Kazakhstan is based on the Cyrillic script
and that a new version must be put in place.
The Russian alphabet is called Cyrillic script
, which comes complete with Russian Braille for the visually impaired.
Nazarbayev last year announced a switch to a new, Latin-based Kazakh alphabet that will gradually replace the current Cyrillic script
adapted from Russian.
3) under the alias Ben Akiba, in the Cyrillic script
, in a column From Belgrade Life (Figure 6) .
The black smoke belching from the coal-burning power station, Cyrillic script
on signs and buildings, Lenin statues, Soviet-era architecture and murals give an impression of an outpost from the Cold War era, but in this far-flung, snow-covered setting, it has unique photographic appeal.
But photos of the reported drone published on media websites show Cyrillic script
on a piece of the wreckage, indicating that the drone may have been manufactured either in Russia or Eastern Europe.