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 (ôrt′lər) also Ort·les (-lās)
A mountain of the Alps in northern Italy rising to 3,905 m (12,812 ft). The Ortler was the highest point in Austria until 1919, when the South Tyrol was ceded to Italy.
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(9.) Leder C, Ortler S, Seggewiss R, Einsele H, Wiend1 H.
In the countryside idyll of Bramley End, the villagers are only too thrilled to help newly arrived Major Ortler (Basil Sydney) and his men to settle in and arrange billets in the sleepy community.