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FRENCH LUXURY GOODS COMPANY
Hermes Paris; Hermes Intl; Hermès International; Hermès International S.A.; Hermés; Hermes (brand); Hermes International; Hubert Guerrand-Hermès
  • Hermès flagship store in [[Prince's Building]], [[Hong Kong]]
  • An Hermès soap bar bearing the logo
  • Hermès silk ties
  • Hermès, [[Madrid]], [[Spain]] (2016)
  • Hermès Frères advertisement, 1923
  • Paris 8th arrondissement]], France
  • Thierry Hermès, founder of Hermès

HERMES         
  • Hermes wearing a petasos. Attic red-figure cup, c. 480 BC–470 BC. From [[Vulci]].
  • ''Souls on the Banks of the Acheron'', oil painting depicting Hermes in the underworld. [[Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl]], 1898.
  • Ptolemaic prince]] as Hermes, [[Cabinet des médailles]], Paris
  • Hermes on an antique fresco from [[Pompeii]]
  • Sarpedon's body carried by [[Hypnos]] and [[Thanatos]] (Sleep and Death), while Hermes watches. Side A of the so-called "Euphronios krater", Attic red-figured calyx-krater signed by Euxitheos (potter) and Euphronios (painter), c. 515 BC.
  • Herm of Hermes. Roman copy from the Hermes Propyleia of Alcamenes, 50–100 AD.
  • So-called "Logios Hermes" (''Hermes Orator''). Marble, Roman copy from the late 1st century BC – early 2nd century AD after a Greek original of the 5th century BC.
  • Hermes with his mother Maia. Detail of the side B of an Attic red-figure belly-amphora, c. 500 BC.
  • Hermes Propylaeus. Roman copy of the [[Alcamenes]] statue from the entrance of the Athenian [[Acropolis]], original shortly after the 450 BC.
  • Kriophoros Hermes (which takes the lamb), late-Roman copy of Greek original from the 5th century BC. [[Barracco Museum]], Rome
  • Hermes and a young warrior. Bendis Painter, c. 370 BCE.
  • Hermes pursuing a woman, probably [[Herse]]. Attic red-figure amphora, c. 470 BC.
  • Macedon]], c. 400 BC.
  • Statue of Hermes wearing the ''[[petasos]]'' and a voyager's cloak, and carrying the [[caduceus]] and a purse. Roman copy after a Greek original ([[Vatican Museums]]).
  • [[Charon]] with punt pole standing in his boat, receiving Hermes psychopompos who leads a deceased woman.  [[Thanatos Painter]], ca. 430 BC
WIKIMEDIA DISAMBIGUATION PAGE
HERMES - a project management method; HERMES; Hermes (company)
Heuristic Emergency Response Management Expert System (Reference: XPS)
Hermes         
  • Hermes wearing a petasos. Attic red-figure cup, c. 480 BC–470 BC. From [[Vulci]].
  • ''Souls on the Banks of the Acheron'', oil painting depicting Hermes in the underworld. [[Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl]], 1898.
  • Ptolemaic prince]] as Hermes, [[Cabinet des médailles]], Paris
  • Hermes on an antique fresco from [[Pompeii]]
  • Sarpedon's body carried by [[Hypnos]] and [[Thanatos]] (Sleep and Death), while Hermes watches. Side A of the so-called "Euphronios krater", Attic red-figured calyx-krater signed by Euxitheos (potter) and Euphronios (painter), c. 515 BC.
  • Herm of Hermes. Roman copy from the Hermes Propyleia of Alcamenes, 50–100 AD.
  • So-called "Logios Hermes" (''Hermes Orator''). Marble, Roman copy from the late 1st century BC – early 2nd century AD after a Greek original of the 5th century BC.
  • Hermes with his mother Maia. Detail of the side B of an Attic red-figure belly-amphora, c. 500 BC.
  • Hermes Propylaeus. Roman copy of the [[Alcamenes]] statue from the entrance of the Athenian [[Acropolis]], original shortly after the 450 BC.
  • Kriophoros Hermes (which takes the lamb), late-Roman copy of Greek original from the 5th century BC. [[Barracco Museum]], Rome
  • Hermes and a young warrior. Bendis Painter, c. 370 BCE.
  • Hermes pursuing a woman, probably [[Herse]]. Attic red-figure amphora, c. 470 BC.
  • Macedon]], c. 400 BC.
  • Statue of Hermes wearing the ''[[petasos]]'' and a voyager's cloak, and carrying the [[caduceus]] and a purse. Roman copy after a Greek original ([[Vatican Museums]]).
  • [[Charon]] with punt pole standing in his boat, receiving Hermes psychopompos who leads a deceased woman.  [[Thanatos Painter]], ca. 430 BC
WIKIMEDIA DISAMBIGUATION PAGE
HERMES - a project management method; HERMES; Hermes (company)
<language> An experimental, very high level, integrated language and system from the IBM Watson Research Centre, produced in June 1990. It is designed for implementation of large systems and distributed applications, as well as for general-purpose programming. It is an imperative language, strongly typed and is a process-oriented successor to NIL. Hermes hides distribution and heterogeneity from the programmer. The programmer sees a single abstract machine containing processes that communicate using calls or sends. The compiler, not the programmer, deals with the complexity of data structure layout, local and remote communication, and interaction with the operating system. As a result, Hermes programs are portable and easy to write. Because the programming paradigm is simple and high level, there are many opportunities for optimisation which are not present in languages which give the programmer more direct control over the machine. Hermes features threads, relational tablesHermes is, typestate checking, capability-based access and {dynamic configuration}. Version 0.8alpha patchlevel 01 runs on RS/6000, Sun-4, NeXT, IBM-RT/BSD4.3 and includes a bytecode compiler, a bytecode->C compiler and run-time support. {hermes">0.7alpha for Unix (ftp://software.watson.ibm.com/pub/hermes)}. E-mail: <hermes-request@watson.ibm.com>, Andy Lowry <lowry@watson.ibm.com>. Usenet newsgroup: news:comp.lang.hermes. ["Hermes: A Language for Distributed Computing". Strom, Bacon, Goldberg, Lowry, Yellin, Yemini. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. 1991. ISBN: O-13-389537-8]. (1992-03-22)
Hermes         
  • Hermes wearing a petasos. Attic red-figure cup, c. 480 BC–470 BC. From [[Vulci]].
  • ''Souls on the Banks of the Acheron'', oil painting depicting Hermes in the underworld. [[Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl]], 1898.
  • Ptolemaic prince]] as Hermes, [[Cabinet des médailles]], Paris
  • Hermes on an antique fresco from [[Pompeii]]
  • Sarpedon's body carried by [[Hypnos]] and [[Thanatos]] (Sleep and Death), while Hermes watches. Side A of the so-called "Euphronios krater", Attic red-figured calyx-krater signed by Euxitheos (potter) and Euphronios (painter), c. 515 BC.
  • Herm of Hermes. Roman copy from the Hermes Propyleia of Alcamenes, 50–100 AD.
  • So-called "Logios Hermes" (''Hermes Orator''). Marble, Roman copy from the late 1st century BC – early 2nd century AD after a Greek original of the 5th century BC.
  • Hermes with his mother Maia. Detail of the side B of an Attic red-figure belly-amphora, c. 500 BC.
  • Hermes Propylaeus. Roman copy of the [[Alcamenes]] statue from the entrance of the Athenian [[Acropolis]], original shortly after the 450 BC.
  • Kriophoros Hermes (which takes the lamb), late-Roman copy of Greek original from the 5th century BC. [[Barracco Museum]], Rome
  • Hermes and a young warrior. Bendis Painter, c. 370 BCE.
  • Hermes pursuing a woman, probably [[Herse]]. Attic red-figure amphora, c. 470 BC.
  • Macedon]], c. 400 BC.
  • Statue of Hermes wearing the ''[[petasos]]'' and a voyager's cloak, and carrying the [[caduceus]] and a purse. Roman copy after a Greek original ([[Vatican Museums]]).
  • [[Charon]] with punt pole standing in his boat, receiving Hermes psychopompos who leads a deceased woman.  [[Thanatos Painter]], ca. 430 BC
WIKIMEDIA DISAMBIGUATION PAGE
HERMES - a project management method; HERMES; Hermes (company)
·noun ·see Mercury.
II. Hermes ·noun 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 figures, though often representing Hermes, were used for other divinities, and even, in later times, for portraits of human beings. Called also herma. ·see Terminal statue, under Terminal.

Wikipedia

Hermès

Hermès International S.A., or simply Hermès ( (listen) air-MEZ, French: [ɛʁmɛs] (listen)), is a French luxury design house established in 1837. It specializes in leather goods, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewelry, watches and ready-to-wear. Its logo, since the 1950s, is of a Duke carriage with horse.

Uitspraakvoorbeelden voor Hermes
1. to "Hermes."
The Martian _ Andy Weir _ Talks at Google
2. That Hermes.
We Players - Macbeth _ Ava Roy _ Talks at Google
3. Here's Hermes showing off.
We Players - Macbeth _ Ava Roy _ Talks at Google
4. and "Hermes" and Mars.
The Martian _ Andy Weir _ Talks at Google
5. Luke, son of Hermes.
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010)
Voorbeelden uit tekstcorpus voor Hermes
1. The second temple was built for Heista and Hermes.
2. EFG–Hermes is Egypt‘s top broker and began UAE operations at the end of 2004.
3. "Such valuations are considered to be ‘normal‘ within a UAE context," EFG–Hermes said.
4. Berezovsky‘s bodyguards then tried to enter the Hermes store but were blocked by Abramovich‘s security entourage.
5. The Watchkeeper, based on the Elbit Hermes 450 UAV, is expected to begin operating in 2010.