Kielce


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Kiel·ce

 (kyĕl′tsĕ)
A city of southeast-central Poland south of Warsaw. Founded c. 1173, it was controlled by Austria (from 1795) and Russia (from 1815) before reverting to Poland in 1919.

Kielce

(Polish ˈkjɛltsɛ)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in S Poland. Pop: 206 796 (2007 est)

Kiel•ce

(ˈkyɛl tsɛ)

n.
a city in S Poland. 213,000.
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Action from the Vive Tauron Kielce vs Handebol Taubate in the IHF Super Globe tournament in Doha yesterday.
21 March 2011 - Fitch confirmed on Friday the long-term foreign and local currency ratings of BBB- and national long-term A-(pol) rating of Poland's southeastern city of Kielce.
While Americans were celebrating their first fourth of July in 1946 after the end of World War II with parades and hamburgers and hot dogs, forty-two Jews in the Polish city of Kielce met their deaths as the victims of the last pogrom in Europe.
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Contract award notice: Border of the city of kielce - border of the daleszyce commune together with the construction of ring roads of the towns of sukw and daleszyce
Contract award notice: Three long-term bank loans totaling PLN 60,500,000 for the Kielce Commune.
Contract award notice: Development of design documentation along with a decision authorizing the execution of works for investment projects: Construction and modernization of the network of cycle paths in the municipality of Kielce.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: Provision of a promotion service for the City of Kielce during the PGNiG Superliga and EHF Men's Handball League Championships between August and December 2017.