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 (ĕl′blông′, -blôNk′)
A city of northern Poland east-southeast of Gdańsk. Founded by the Teutonic Knights (1237), it passed through various hands before becoming part of Poland after World War II.
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(Polish ˈɛlblɔŋk)
(Placename) a port in N Poland: metallurgical industries. Pop: 129 000 (2005 est). German name: Elbing
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(ˈɛl blɔŋk)

a seaport in N Poland. 125,000.
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