Ilm or ILM may refer to:
The Ilm is a river long in Thuringia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Saale, into which it flows in Großheringen near Bad Kösen.
Towns along the Ilm are Ilmenau, Stadtilm, Kranichfeld, Bad Berka, Weimar, Apolda and Bad Sulza.
In the valley of Ilm river runs the federal motorway 87 from Ilmenau to Leipzig and two railways: the Thuringian Railway between Großheringen and Weimar and the Ilm Railway (Ilmbahn) between Kranichfeld and Weimar. Part of the Nuremberg–Erfurt high-speed railway is also being built in the upper part of the valley near Ilmenau.
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‘Ilm ( "knowledge") is the Islamic term for knowledge. However central the idea of '' 'ilm'' to Islamic intellectual culture, it was an essentialist concept, assumed to be a fixed and identifiable (if undefined) object or fact.
The Qur'an is said to demand the acquisition of knowledge. It explains the study and development of sciences during the Islamic Golden Age.
The Ilm is a river in Bavaria, Germany, left tributary of the Abens. Its source is near Altomünster. It is approx. 82 km long. It flows generally north through the small towns Hilgertshausen-Tandern, Reichertshausen, Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm, Geisenfeld and Vohburg. It flows into the Abens near Neustadt an der Donau.
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