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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Summary: Company Aigle Azur launches, as from Thursday, a new weekly route between the airports of Oran and Mulhouse, in the Haut Rhin (Eastern France), the company announced in a statement.
COVENTRY BLAZE have been forced to change their travel plans for the Continental Cup after original hosts Mulhouse were axed from the competition.
Millennium Chemicals has completed the purchase of all shares of Rhone-Poulenc's Thann et Mulhouse titanium dioxide and specialty chemicals subsidiary for $185 million in cash including assumed debt.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced on Wednesday that will operate a twice daily service to the airline's third Swiss destination Euro-Airport, which serves Basel and Mulhouse.