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 (glĭ-vēt′sə, glē-vē′tsĕ)
A city of south-central Poland west-northwest of Katowice. Chartered in 1276, it was ceded by Austria to Prussia in 1742 and assigned to Poland by the Potsdam Conference in 1945.
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(Polish ɡliˈvitsɛ)
(Placename) an industrial city in S Poland. Pop: 197 874 (2007 est). German name: Gleiwitz
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(gliˈvi tsɛ)

a city in SW Poland. 216,000.
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