Mulhouse

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Mul·house

 (mə-lo͞oz′, mü-)
A city of northeast France south of Colmar. Originally a free city in the Holy Roman Empire, it joined the Swiss Confederation in 1515 before passing to France in 1798, to Germany in 1870, and to France again in 1918.
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Mulhouse

(French myluz)
n
(Placename) a city in E France, on the Rhône-Rhine canal: under German rule (1871–1918); textiles. Pop: 112 260 (2006). German name: Mühlhausen
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Mul•house

(müˈluz)

n.
a city in E France, near the Rhine. 113,794. German, Mül•hau•sen (mülˈhaʊ zən)
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