Colmar

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Colmar

(French kɔlmar)
n
(Placename) a city in NE France: annexed to Germany 1871–1919 and 1940–45; textile industry. Pop: 65 136 (1999). German name: Kolmar
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We report 2 cases of human babesiosis in Colmar, Alsace, a northeastern region of France in which Lyme disease is endemic.
The architecture of Thelma Gardiner's Colmar, Alsace, is nicely captured, while her Jars, probably from the same location, exude atmosphere.
CULTURAL EXPERIENCE: A canal scene in Colmar, Alsace, main picture, and, right, the Rhine waterfront in Basel