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 (hûrm) also her·ma (hûr′mə)
n. pl. herms also her·mae (-mī)
A rectangular, often tapering stone post bearing a carved head or bust, usually of Hermes, used as a boundary marker in ancient Greece and for decorative purposes in later periods.

[Latin hermēs, herma, from Greek hermēs, from Hermēs, Hermes.]



a monument consisting of a four-sided shaft tapering inward from top to bottom and bearing a head or bust.
[1570–80; < Latin hermēs < Greek hermês statue of Hermes]
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The other shops currently in the list for Greenbelt 3 are Fendi, Loewe, Patek Philippe, Salvatore Ferragamo, Jimmy Choo, Tod's, Ermenegildo Zegna, Chloe, Escada, Hermas and its expansion, Roger Vivier, Kenzo, Rimowa, Bulgari, Celine, Y-3, Palm Angels, Heron Preston and Thom Browne/Univers.
Clement in 96 A.D., Shepherd of Hermas in 120 AD, and the Didache from 150 AD all provide evidence that first Christians believed and taught the doctrine of the Trinity.
"It is a historic game for us and we had a stunning game against the Cairo giants," Beni Ebeid President, Hermas Radwan, told Sada El-Balad.
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Focusing in turn on two of Holmes' research areas, biblical scholars explore such topics as patristic evidence in the apparatus criticus of a Greek New Testament, water and blood in Matthew 27:49: a Johannine reading in the Matthean passion narrative, the selection of Greek manuscripts to be included in the International Greek New Testament Project's edition of John in the Editio Critica Maior, the apocalyptic "adversary" in the Martyrdom of Polycarp and the Martyrs of Lyons, defining exceptions in the Didache, and "Rotten Stones" and other marginalia in the Shepherd of Hermas. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
He was in contention with Hermas Evans, at the time a representative of Wales on the international board, and Myrddyn Jones of Loughor who had been elected only the previous year, and his decision to stand against them seems inexplicable.
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Burnette (Adjunct Instructor, College of Biblical Studies, Houston, Texas); and Terri Darby Moore (New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary), "A Reader's Lexicon of the Apostolic Fathers" is a 256 page compendium that provides the English word meaning to the original Greek words for the eighteen documents attributed to the Apostolic Fathers Clement, Ignatius, Polycarp, and Barnabas, as well as The Traditions of the Elders; The Fragments of Papais', The Fragment of Quadratus; The Letter to Dignetus; The Shepherd of Hermas; the Didache; and The Martydom of Polycarp.
They include Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, Polycarp of Smyrna, the author of the Didache, and the author of the Shepherd of Hermas. The label "Apostolic Fathers" has been applied to them since the 17th century to indicate that they were thought of as being of the generation that had personal contact with the Twelve Apostles.
"We have had a complete lack of feminist intellectual and enlightenment movements for almost 60 years," says Hermas Fawzy, of the Egyptian Feminist Union.