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Her·mann

(her'mahn),
Friedrich, German anatomist, 1859-1920. See: Hermann fixative.
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Hermann, or Arminius as the Romans called him, is credited in Germany with blunting the Roman advance into Germany.
This well-focused study provides a comparative analysis of the soteriology of the Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius (ca.
Georghen, Hungary (now in Slovakia), in 1831 or 1832 into a poverty-stricken Orthodox Jewish family, Arminius Vambery emerged as a very significant voice not only in the Hungarian academic debates regarding the origins of the ancient Magyars, (1) but also in the Ottoman Empire, Central Asia, Great Britain, and throughout Europe, distinguishing himself in a variety of fields.
A: Arminius revolvers (named after the Romanized German hero, Arminius, who defeated the Romans at the battle of Tuetoburg Forest in 9 A.
Since the death of their "spiritual father", Jacob Arminius (1609), remonstrant theology moved increasingly in the direction of rationalism and the spirit of the Enlightenment (Cossee 2000, p.
Ancient heroes such as Arminius ('Hermann') were invoked as role models for those who would defend Germany against the Turks or against France or Rome.
Favourite backers had got off to a much better start with wins for the Hughes-ridden Arminius (9-4) and Dixie Belle (2-1), a big success for another local trainer, Mick Quinlan.
The title of B3 alludes to Matthew Arnold's satirical work of that name, a collection of letters to the Pall Mall Gazette penned by Arnold and a fictional German professor, the hugely pompous Arminius (Herman) von Thunderten-Tronckh.
Jacobus Arminius moved beyond the Dutch Calvinism in which he was nurtured to conclude that some people choose to resist God's grace.
As a Lutheran, the author favors Luther over Thomas Aquinas, Calvin, and Arminius (the last is not mentioned).
Books abound on Hannibal's encirclement at Cannae, the stealth of Arminius, Rommel's use of Panzers, or LeMay's devilish brew over Tokyo," he notes.