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Pl-Marian_Rejewski-2.ogg(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 2.0 s, 108 kbps)


English: Marian Rejewski's name pronounced in Polish.
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Pl-Marian Rejewski.ogg

This sound sample was recorded by and features the voice of Halibutt (standard literary Polish language; baritone). It is released under GFDL license, although it can be made available for use under other copyleft licenses on a case by case basis via direct contact with Halibutt. Note that the GFDL requires proper credit for the author. Halibutt
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current18:54, 23 October 2005
2.0 s (26 KB)HalibuttMarian Rejewski's name pronounced in Polish<br>{{User:Halibutt/ogg}}
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