Olmütz

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Olmütz

(ˈɔlmyts)
n
(Placename) the German name for Olomouc
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They say we are going to Olmutz, and Olmutz is a very decent town.
"It was written as Beethoven's contribution to the enthronement of his friend and patron Archduke Rudolph, as Archbishop of Olmutz, in Cologne Cathedral.
(7.) This is evidenced by the inclusion of several Hofmann symphonies in the catalogue of the music collection of Leopold Egk, Bishop of Olmutz, compiled ca 1760, [Jiri Shenal.
For just eight days after having been "injured," he visits his old friend Boris at Olmutz, thinking "how he would impress Boris and all his comrades of the Guards by his appearance--that of a fighting hussar who had been under fire" (255; PSS 9: 288).
Commissioned to be performed at the Installation of an Archbishop at Olmutz, in 1820, in the event it was three years late, such was the size of the task.
(48) While it is true that Ferdinand I had launched a number of repressive measures against the spread of Anabaptism in Moravia in April 1528, this persecution affected only the free, or royal, cities of Znaim (Znojmo), Brunn (Brno), Iglau (Jihlava) and Olmutz (Olomouc), which were responsible directly to the king.
(14) Lisl Schwab (1900-1967) attended a transition class in Rangdorf in 1939, and then worked as a company pilot with the Letov Company in Olmutz, Moravia and the Bohemian-Moravian Machine Company in Prague, where she also ferried planes as large as the Junkers W 34.
Whether with Hohenzollern character sketches, the execution of Hans Hermann von Katte, General Yorck and the Reform Era, the Battle of Nations, Berlin in March 1848, the Punctation of Olmutz, or Bismarck's character, Clark throws new light on old material.
"I went there with so many hopes but, after the first match, a 1-1 draw against Olmutz in the Intertoto Cup, it was over.
Janos Pados, notary of the Holy Seat of Szekesfehervar, for instance, summarised his thoughts about the past years in a letter written on 16 January 1853, after imprisonment for 3 years in Olmutz for his participation in the War of Independence, in the following way:
After her release, Adrienne joined Lafayette in prison--he had been transferred to Olmutz in Austria--with their two daughters.