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 (kä′tə-vēt′sə, -tô-vē′tsĕ)
A city of southern Poland west-northwest of Kraków. Chartered in 1865, it is an important mining and industrial center.


(Polish katɔˈvitsɛ)
(Placename) an industrial city in S Poland. Pop: 2 914 000 (2005 est). Former name (1953–56): Stalinogrod


(ˌkɑ təˈvit sə, ˌkæt ə-)

a city in S Poland. 367,000.
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Noun1.Katowice - an industrial city of southern Poland
Poland, Polska, Republic of Poland - a republic in central Europe; the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 started World War II
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The object of the contract is the provision of services by the Contractor in terms of the Employer%s needs available to employees of the Katowice City Hall as part of the recreation and sport program.
WE'VE teamed up with one of Europe's most successful airlines, WIZZ AIR, to celebrate their massive one-week sale (Wednesday August 29 to Wednesday September 5) on flights from Belfast International to Katowice and Warsaw.
A student has been arrested for sending a bomb threat that caused the evacuation of the Katowice international airport, as well as the holiest sanctuary in Poland, the Black Madonna Sanctuary at Jasna Gora.
Poland's Treasury Ministry has accepted a restructuring plan for Poland's largest steel works Huta Katowice (HK) presented by the Dutch-British Corus Group and Italy's Danieli group.
The Dutch-British Corus Group and the Italian Danieli group will be the principal foreign partners in the privatisation of Poland's largest steel works, Huta Katowice (HK), according to the terms of the privatisation plan presented by the HK Board.
ENGLAND'S knife-edge clash with Poland on September 8 is set to be switched from the hell-hole stadium of Katowice.
Contract award notice: Purchase of a promotional package in connection with the new year~s eve event organized in katowice.
Katowice has already tapped British Steel as its preferred buyer.

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