Reports claim that the government is investing in an IT program to recode the Cyrillic
Script to Latin and convert the current language to the Latin-based language by the third quarter of 2018 at a budget of nearly US$166,000.
u does not typically denote the vowel [??] (CepreeB 2002 : 102ff.), the Cyrillic
representation does match a form of this word attested from the dialect of Bolsoj Kil'mez in which first-syllable i appears instead: irla.
Palestinian businessman Mahmoud, 43 who runs a men's salon in Al Majaz that advertises cuts and facials in Cyrillic
knows it all too well.
Serbian or Croatian languages can be written by three different scripts: Cyrillic
, Latin and Glagolitic.
Online domains in which website addresses would end with words in Chinese, Russian, or Cyrillic
have been approved according to the US-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
The Russians may be in the market for old typewriters, but unless yours is equipped with a Cyrillic
keyboard, leave it in the attic.
ASTANA (CyHAN)- Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev has denied the country's plans to abandon the Cyrillic
script in favor of the Latin alphabet by 2025 are "politically motivated."
However, it is distinct due to its capability to be written in Latin and Cyrillic
Among the topics are grades of flax and hemp, characteristics of Russian seals, railway seals, seals from the Russian empire, Cyrillic
letters on Russian seals, and seals in private collections.
With the new TLDs, companies will be attracting new users to the Internet who can't use it in a meaningful way now because they can't type in their native characters (like Cyrillic
for Russian or Kanji for Japanese).
The Ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of Serbia, Ljubisa Georgievski, and the President of the Municipality of Plandiste, Zoran Vorkapic, unveiled at a 14 June ceremony the recently mounted sign of the local office Duzine with an inscription in the Macedonian language, whereby the decision of the Council of the Municiplaity of Plandiste taken a year ago declaring the Macedonian language and its Cyrillic
alphabet as official, at an equal footing as the Serbian, Romanian and Hungarian, was formally confirmed.