- Hermann, 17? b.c.–a.d. 21, Germanic hero who defeated Roman army a.d. 9.
- Ja·co·bus [juh-koh-buh s] /dʒəˈkoʊ bəs/, Jacob Harmensen, 1560–1609, Dutch Protestant theologian.
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Here Muehl appears alongside Hermann Nitsch, Gunter Brus, and Rudolf Schwarzkogler, his fellow founders of Aktionism in 1964.The Life and Art of Radical Provocateur—and Commune Leader—Otto Muehl
September 22, 2014
Other famous taxidermists, like explorer Charles Waterton and Hermann Ploucquet, captured the popular imagination.Dead and Beautiful: The Art of Taxidermy
April 16, 2014
“Women are usually a lot more willing to embarrass themselves,” Hermann said.Paint Nite Combines Art Lessons and Alcohol at Bars and Restaurants
August 1, 2013
But Hermann may represent one black eye too many for Barchi and the public university.
But I think between hiring Hermann and hiring Eddie Jordan as the new coach, the administrators need to do better research.
I looked at the plate upon it; it bore the legend, “Hermann Duntze, Maler.”The First Violin
It was the same last year when Captain Hermann was loading here, he said.
We lost the thief of course; but in my disappointment I had to admire Hermann's presence of mind.
If there were anybody on earth it was I who could persuade Hermann to take a reasonable view!
And Hermann's countenance, mystified before, became very sour.
- another name for Arminius
- Also: Hermann ?17 bc –?21 ad, Germanic chieftain: organized a revolt against the Romans in 9 a.d
- Jacobus. (dʒəˈkəʊbəs), real name Jacob Harmensen. 1560–1609, Dutch Protestant theologian
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