Hermes

Greek messenger god, usually portrayed with travelling hat, staff and walking sandals. He is also associated with fertility, the arts (he invented the lyre) and sports.

Hermés

Companies that filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the year 2013. ...
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Hermes

the god who is herald and messenger of the other gods.
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Hermes

• (n.) See Mercury. • (n.) Originally, a boundary stone dedicated to Hermes as the god of boundaries, and therefore bearing in some cases a head, or head and shoulders, placed upon a quadrangular pillar whose height is that of the body belonging to the head, sometimes having feet or other parts of the body sculptured upon it. These figure...
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Hermès

(AIR-mez)  Flemish chocolatier.
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Hermes

(from the article `Italian literature`) While Croce was starting his arduous task, literary life revolved mainly around reviews such as Leonardo (1903), Hermes (1904), La Voce (1908), and ...
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Hermes

(from the article `military aircraft`) ...of the Naval Wing, RFC, flew a Short S.27 biplane from HMS Hibernia while the ship was steaming at 10.5 knots. The following year the old cruiser ...
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Hermes

(Mercury) God of physicians and thieves; messenger of gods; son of Zeus and Maia.
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Hermes

[gastropod] Hermes is a proposed genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies. This genus currently (November 2011) is still treated by some experts as an `alternative representation` of this group of species. When the `alternative representations` are not used, this group of species...
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Hermes

[Greek stamp] The Greek god Hermes, messenger of the Gods in the Greek mythology, is the representation chosen, in 1860, by the kingdom of Greece to illustrate its first postal stamps. The first type, the `large Hermes head`, was issued in October 1861, and stayed in circulation up to 1886, it was then replaced by the second type, the `smal...
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Hermes

[missile] Hermes (Гермес) is a family of modularly-designed guided missiles developed in Russia by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau. Capable of being fired from aerial (Hermes-A), land based (hermes) and naval (Hermes-K) platforms, the Hermes system features a two-stage missile with a high-powered booster, and fire-and-forget capabili...
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Hermes

[Museo Pio-Clementino] The ``Hermes`` of the Museo Pio-Clementino, part of the Vatican collections, Rome, was long admired as the Belvedere Antinous, named from its prominent placement in the Cortile del Belvedere. It is now inventory number 907 in the Museo Pio-Clementino. ==Identification== Its idealized face is not in fact that of Antino...
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Hermes

[parcels] Hermes is a UK delivery company that processes 200 million parcels each year. It is owned by Hermes Logistik Gruppe Deutschland (HLGD). The company operates a network of nearly 9,500 independent couriers that provide doorstep delivery. Through this network, Hermes provides delivery services to many online retailers in the UK, incl...
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Hermes

[programming language] Hermes is a language for distributed programming that was developed at IBM`s Thomas J. Watson Research Center from 1986 through 1992. Hermes` primary features included: The compile-time checking of data initialization, called `typestate analysis`, is an early precedent for the definite assignment analysis performed by...
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Hermes

[publication] Hermes is the annual literary journal published by the University of Sydney Union and the oldest such journal in Australasia. The first issue appeared in July 1886. Publication was suspended in 1942-1944, 1953, 1955, 1964, and 1970-1984. First published in 1886, the journal is edited by current students and all content within ...
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Hermes

[satellite] Hermes was a single-unit CubeSat picosatellite which was primarily designed to test communications systems for future satellites. It was intended to test a new system which would allow data to be transferred at a higher rate than on previous satellites, thereby enabling future missions to return more data from scientific experim...
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Hermes

[spacecraft] Hermes was a proposed spaceplane designed by the French Centre National d`Études Spatiales (CNES) in 1975, and later by the European Space Agency. It was superficially similar to the US X-20. France proposed in January 1985 to go through with Hermes development under the auspices of the ESA. Hermes was to have been part of a m...
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Hermes

Her'mes noun [ Latin , from Greek ....] 1. (Myth.) See Mercury . » Hermes Trismegistus [ Greek 'Ermh^s trisme`gistos , lit., Hermes thrice greatest] was a late name of Hermes, especially as identified with the Egyptian god Thoth. He was the fabled inventor ...
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HERMES

An experiment located at the DESY laboratory. HERMES uses the polarized electron beam of HERA. For more information, see
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hermes

German insurance group which includes the German export credit insurer.
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Hermes

Grecian name of the messenger of the gods, the name of his counterpart was was Mercury
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Hermes

Greek god, son of Zeus and the Pleiad Maia; often identified with the Roman Mercury and with Casmilus or Cadmilus, one of the Cabeiri. His name is ... [12 related articles]
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Hermes

Hermes is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Hermes

Hermes is a Greek name for boys. The meaning is `messenger` The name Hermes is most commonly given to French boys. (9 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Hermia The name sounds like: Hieremias See also: Mercury
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Hermes

Hermes The son of Zeus and Maia, the god of commerce and messenger of the gods in Greek mythology; equivalent to the Roman god Mercury. He was the patron of athletes, thieves, and trade, and was usually depicted with wings on his cap and sandals; in addition, he was described as the god of commerce, invention, cunning, and theft, who also served a...
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