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By·tom

 (bē′tôm′, bĭ′-)
A city of southwest Poland northwest of Katowice. It became part of Prussia in 1742 and was incorporated into Poland in 1945.
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Bytom

(Polish ˈbitɔm)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in SW Poland, in Upper Silesia: under Prussian and German rule from 1742 to 1945. Pop: 185 793 (2007 est). German name: Beuthen
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By•tom

(ˈbi tɔm)

n.
a city in S Poland. 239,000.
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Finnish power and heat utility Fortum (HEL:FUM1V) said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy 85% in Polish sector players Elektrocieplownia Zabrze and Zespol Elektrocieplowni Bytom from the Polish government for some EUR20.6m (USD27.6m).
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Czech power utility CEZ (PRG:BAACEZ) has intentions to make a takeover bid for Poland's heating and power plants in Zabrze and Bytom, head of CEZ's Polish unit, Lumir Jendryscik told Reuters on Monday.
A Bytom spokesman confirmed Albion had been among the visiting clubs recently, with PSV Eindhoven also keeping tabs on Bytom's players.