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d. A.D. 21: see ArminiusArminius
, d. A.D. 21, leader of the Germans, called Hermann in modern German. He was a chief of the Cherusci (in an area of present-day Hanover) when the Romans were pushing east from the Rhine toward the Elbe.
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On the other side of the deck Hermann and I would get a couple of chairs out of the cabin and settle down to a smoking match, accompanied at long in tervals by the pacific exchange of a few words.
It may, of course, have been Hermann's skilful seamanship, but to me it looked as if the al lied oceans had refrained from smashing these high bulwarks, unshipping the lumpy rudder, frighten ing the children, and generally opening this fam ily's eyes out of sheer reticence.
Hermann let Lena cherish and hug that bundle of rags to that extent, it was so disreputably and completely unclean.
It was in the even ing, and Hermann, who, contrary to his habits, had stayed on shore late that day, was extricating him self backwards out of a little gharry on the river bank, opposite his ship, when the hunt passed.
Hermann's fine eyes expressed much interest and commiseration.
Hermann had been trading in the East for three years or more, carry ing freights of rice and timber mostly.
Hermann from the first looked upon me as a romantic person.
Albert and Hermann "were political and ideological rivals on the streets, but in their private world, they remained devoted brothers," Burke wrote in "Thirty-Four," which is the number on Albert's list of Jews whom he saved.
Borough officials said Hermann Avenue, because it runs adjacent to Carteret High School and its sports complex, has considerable wear and tear and, according to Reiman, "upgrades have been long overdue for its pedestrian and handicapped amenities.''
Entree de Hermann (Extrait de Tannhauser) by Richard Wagner, arranged for six horns by Pascal Proust.
Hermann attributes the success of his team surviving that day to two things: training and teamwork.
In the last 5 years, Memorial Hermann has created a single electronic medical record across its (11) hospitals, and these three hospitals--Memorial Hermann Katy, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land, and Memorial Hermann Southeast--have utilized the most advanced capabilities with complete digital imaging, voice recognition for physician reports, bar coding medication administration, computerized physician order entry, and clinical decision support.