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Ulm

[ oolm ]

noun

  1. a city in E Baden-Württemberg, in S Germany, on the Danube.


Ulm

/ ʊlm /

noun

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


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The Jynneos vaccine is considered to be the safest, so it will most likely be the vaccine of choice in most regions, says Dorota Kmiec, research group leader at the Institute of Molecular Virology in Ulm, Germany.

It plans to build a battery electric semi-truck with CNH Industrial NV’s Iveco at a facility in Ulm, Germany, by the end of next year.

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But Ulm was only the commencement of the campaign, and even after Austerlitz Napoleon pursued the enemy with grim resolution.

Before Ulm he nearly ruined Napoleon's combination by failing to get in contact with the enemy.

In the operations ending in Ulm the second corps formed part of the left wing.

John Martin Miller, a professor of oriental languages, and poet of some note, died at Ulm.

The City of Ulm is not above half as big as Augsbourg, but is much better fortify'd.

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