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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.


(Polish ɡliˈvitsɛ)
(Placename) an industrial city in S Poland. Pop: 197 874 (2007 est). German name: Gleiwitz


(gliˈvi tsɛ)

a city in SW Poland. 216,000.
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Buick, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), has started production of its 2016 Cascada at the GM-Opel production plant located in Gliwice, Poland.
GLIWICE, Poland, Ramadan 13, 1434, Jul 22, 2013, SPA -- Archaeologists in Poland said they have discovered a grave filled with the skeletons of apparent accused vampires, UPI reported.
The stonemason has only been identified as Gregorz and the surgery was performed at the Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology, located in Gliwice, Poland.
Picture: STEVE MILLER FINS GOING WELL Northern Lights Finswimming Club contested the fourth round of the Finswimming World Cup in Gliwice, Poland and all their team members - Rimma Aruu, Margarita Berezvskala, Eduard Melnik, Sofija Melnik and Jana Uustal (pictured above) - achieved personal best times in their events.
The influence cement paste composition on acting of air-entraining admixture, in IX Sympozjum Naukowo Techniczne: Reologia w technologii betonu [IXth Symposium on Scientific and Technical Rheology on Concrete Technology], 12 June, 2007, Gliwice, Poland.
Researchers in materials engineering and metallurgy at the Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland, present results of their recent research into light metal alloys, one of the department's strongest research areas.
He was born in Gliwice, Poland and has lived here since 1993.
The group also said more shifts are being offered to staff in Gliwice, Poland, and said they will increase production at its plant in Rsselsheim, Germany.
Department of Applied Mechanics, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland, E-mail: Robert.
GM Europe's works council said yesterday the agreement reached with the union representatives of the five European sites specifies a three-shift operation, laying down binding capacities and investments for the Bochum site in Germany, Ellesmere Port as well as factories in Sweden's Trollhattan, Gliwice, Poland and Antwerp, Belgium.
Norwegian industrial and investment group Borgestad ASA announced on Friday (21 September) that it has completed the previously announced sale of the Forum Shopping Centre in Gliwice, Poland to German investor Deka Immobilien.
GM announced that four sites will build the new car: Ellesmere Port, UK; Bochum, Germany; Trollhettan, Sweden and Gliwice, Poland.