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.
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Kielce

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

(ˈkyɛl tsɛ)

n.
a city in S Poland. 213,000.
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