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Vin·ny·tsyaor Vin·ni·tsa (vĭn′ĭ-tsə, vē′nĭ-)
A city of west-central Ukraine southwest of Kiev. Founded in the 1300s, it passed to Russia in 1793 and is now a processing center and railroad junction.
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