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Szymborska

[ sim-bawrs-kah ]
/ sɪmˈbɔrs kɑ /
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noun
Wis·la·wa [vis-lah-vah], /vɪsˈlɑ vɑ/, 1923–2012, Polish poet: Nobel prize 1996.
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Szymborska
/ (Polish ʃɪmˈbɔrskə) /

noun
Wisława (vɪˈswavə). 1923–2012, Polish poet and writer: Nobel prize for literature 1996
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