Down the highway, large letters shaped out of concrete or metal letters spelled out Donetsk in Cyrillic letters.
The former was used by Bulgarian writers concurrently with the Cyrillic down to the 12th century.
Nearly at the same time, 1492, they began in Servia and Herzegovina to print with Cyrillic types.
The Glagolitic letters had, however, the precedence of the Cyrillic alphabet, in respect to printing.
The Glagolitic literature was therefore almost exclusively limited to copies of the productions of their Cyrillic brethren.
I promised, took the pencil and wrote my name very large in Cyrillic; he was delighted, and everyone came to see.
The fifth was hand-lettered in the Cyrillic alphabet and illustrated with geometric diagrams.
Which meant that everything was jim-dandy as long as the wiring diagrams were labeled in the Cyrillic alphabet.
They not only carried a new liturgical form to Bulgaria but also devised a new alphabet known as Cyrillic.
But, whereas the original drawing has been labeled entirely in Cyrillic characters, these labels were now in English.