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I say kubasa, you say kielbassa...
"One thing that messes up spellings is Ukraine has a Cyrillic alphabet as opposed to the Latin or Roman one, the regular English alphabet," Orysia explained. "You have a problem in getting the letters to fit to bring across that pronunciation," she noted.
Quebec's biggest obstacle to attracting data centres? Quebec
As regions around the world offer financial incentives to lure big players like Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. for the siting of their server farms, the provincial government is wary of the fact the centres - vast spaces filled with endless rows of ...
Verizon Buys Hughes Telematics for $612 Million in Cash
Alphabet Inc., the holding company that owns Google, typically grants equity to bosses once every two years. The index allocates half of Pichai's February award for 2016, and the other half for 2017.
Translation makes Bible available to Inuktitut speakers
The text, about 577,000 words, is printed in syllabics, the consonant-based alphabet used to write several Aboriginal languages.
Irina Ruppert: Tracing Memories in Kazakhstan
“The Cyrillic alphabet and Russian language were gone. Old Russian statues of Lenin and Stalin were given long beards and their names were changed to those of Kazakh personalities.
Storm knocks out power and causes damage in North Battleford, Prince Albert
Linda and Raymond Herbert's farm yard was trashed by Monday nights' storm that blew through 3 kilometers north of North Battleford, June 26, 2012 Many friends and neighbors arrived at the site early in the morning to help begin with the clean up.
HBO, Showtime Are Most Polarizing Entertainment Brands Among Democrats ...
Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, paid CEO Larry Page and President Sergey Brin one whole buck each for their services in 2015.
Wine from Gobi desert takes aim at China's growing thirst
Bobby Yip/Reuters filesChina has become the world's fifth-largest consumer of wine, ahead of Britain, according to an International Wine and Spirit Research study, which forecasts 54% growth from 2011 to 2015 - the equivalent of a billion more bottles.
Tech Boom Hits San Francisco Rental Prices
Livefyre Inc., a San Francisco start-up working on online-commenting technology, said it has hired about a quarter of its 45 employees from outside the Bay Area.
New Brain-Machine Spelling Device Could Help the Paralyzed Communicate
In the new study, six healthy adults learned to answer questions by selecting letters on a computer screen with their minds.