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Tomaszów Mazowiecki(tômä`sho͞of mäzôvyĕts`kē), city (1992 est. pop. 70,000), E central Poland. It is a railroad junction and has industries manufacturing synthetic textiles and fibers, carpets, and leather goods. In the city is a 19th-century palace.
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a city in Poland, in Piotrków Województwo. Population, 57,600 (1974). Tomaszów Mazowiecki, a railroad junction, has enterprises for the production of artificial fibers, woolen and industrial fabrics, clothing, and food-stuffs.
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