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Ulm

 (o͝olm)
A city of southern Germany on the Danube River southeast of Stuttgart. First mentioned in 854, it was later a free imperial city and reached the height of its influence in the 15th century. Napoleon defeated Austrian troops here in October 1805.

Ulm

(German ʊlm)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in S Germany, in Baden-Württemberg on the Danube: a free imperial city (1155–1802). Pop: 119 807 (2003 est)

Ulm


(o͝olm),
n.
a city in E Baden-Württemberg, in S Germany, on the Danube. 115,123.
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