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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 764 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ALTMUHL, a river of Germany, in the kingdom of Bavaria. It is an important left bank tributary of the Danube, rising in the Franconian plateau (Frankische Terrasse), and after a tortuous course of 116 m., at times flowing through meadows and again in weird romantic gorges, joins the Danube at Kelheim. From its mouth it is navigable up to Dietfurt (18 m.), whence the Ludwigscanal (too m. long) proceeds to Bamberg on the Regnitz, thus establishing communication between the Danube and the Rhine.
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ALTITUDE (Lat. altitudo, from altus, high)
ALTO (Ital. for " high ")

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