Origin of IHS1
- Jesus Savior of Men.
Origin of IHS2
- in this sign (the cross) shalt thou conquer.
Origin of IHS3
- in this (cross) is salvation.
Origin of IHS4
Examples from the Web for ihs
Contemporary Examples of ihs
The shutdown costs $300 million in lost gross domestic product per day, according to IHS Global Insight.This Shutdown Is Not the Same as 1995 and 1996…It’s Worse
October 9, 2013
“Libya production is at its lowest since the civil war,” explains Aaron Brady, senior director for oil market research at IHS.Middle East Tensions and Supply Issues Push Oil Prices to Six-Month High
August 27, 2013
“The monetary arrow is very effective,” says Nariman Behravesh, chief economist at IHS.Japan’s Fiscal Crossroads: Will Abenomics Mean Tougher Changes?
July 26, 2013
IHS iSuppli earlier this month reported that global PC shipments are expected to fall in 2012 for the first time since 2001.Dow Sinks in Early-Trading
October 23, 2012
"It's often portrayed that China and North Korea are best mates but that's not true," says IHS Global Insight's Thornton.Hillary's Quiet China Victory
May 29, 2010
Historical Examples of ihs
The others bore, alternately, coats of arms and the monogram IHS, with wreaths of vine-leaves.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Saint Albans
On one side of the church lay a broken bell, with the letters IHS and a cross.Great African Travellers
The material was black satin brocade, with a fringe of white silk, and the letters IHS in white damask.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume III (of 3)
- the first three letters of the name Jesus in Greek (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ), often used as a Christian emblem