American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Austria west-southwest of Salzburg. Established as a fortified town c. 1180, it is a commercial center famed as a summer and winter resort. The Winter Olympics were held here in 1964 and 1976. Population: 118,000.
- n. city in southwestern Austria; known as a summer and winter resort
“Austria's squad for the July 10-11 matches in Innsbruck is Barbara Schett, Barbara Schwartz, Patricia Wartusch and Sybille Bammer.”
“The stage began in Innsbruck, Austria, crossed through Switzerland past the St. Moritz ski resort and concluded with a steep and dangerous downhill section made even more tricky by the rain.”
“Friday's stage began in Innsbruck, Austria, crossed through Switzerland past the St. Moritz ski resort and concluded with a steep and dangerous downhill run made even trickier by the rain.”
“The project was outlined at the recent International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing in Innsbruck, Austria.”
“Arnaud Leene, presented in Innsbruck Austria on June 7 at Microlearning 2006 (program) (subjects and topics) (proceedings 2005) his views on what he calls the MicroWeb.”
“At the World University Games in Innsbruck, Austria, Warner Nickerson took silver medals in giant slalom and combined to become the first double medalist for the U.S. since 1997.”
“The championships are to be held in Innsbruck and Vienna, Austria, in 2005; Latvia in 2006; and Russia in 2007.”
“In the Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria, she was a cross-country ski competitor.”
“Russia won 3-1 and UEFA EURO 2008 Group D match between Spain/Russia at Stadion Tivoli Neu on June 10, 2008 in Innsbruck, Austria.”
“Sweden's Ronnie Sundin, left, mixes it up with Shane Doan of Canada during Saturday's second-round match in Innsbruck.”
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