Radom


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Ra·dom

 (rä′dôm)
A city of east-central Poland south of Warsaw. Founded in the 14th century, it passed to Austria in 1795 and to Russia in 1815, reverting to Poland after World War I.

Radom

(Polish ˈradɔm)
n
(Placename) a city in E Poland: under Austria from 1795 to 1815 and Russia from 1815 to 1918. Pop: 232 000 (2005 est)

Ra•dom

(ˈrɑ dɔm)

n.
a city in E Poland. 226,000.
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Contract award notice: The successive delivery of nutritional vouchers for clients of the municipal social welfare center in radom
By the late 1920's, Poland had established a modern State Arms Factory (Fabryka Broni) in the city of Radom.
5 km of an existing electrified railway line from Warsaw to Radom.
The crash happened at a military airfield in Radom, a city about 62 miles south of Warsaw.
Contract award notice: Successive delivery of vouchers for clients of the municipal social welfare center in radom.
Q: I once read where the Polish Radom pistol is a much simpler and stronger system and allows the use of 9mm rounds loaded up to 1,500 fps.
Zeromskiego in radom - stage i, Including: - reconstruction of the existing section of wladyslaw beliny-prazmowski street at the length of approximately 438 m, Including construction of an intersection with the existing slowackiego st.
In 1992 the Lucznik (Archer) factory in Radom, Poland, reintroduced its most famous pistol, the 9mm Parabellum VIS-35.
Contract award notice: Supply of heat from the district heating network and provision of heat transmission services to the installation located in the premises of the police municipal headquarters in radom ul.