Under a lowering sky, the entourage crowds into two hertz station wagons for the sixty mile drive to Las Cruces.
There is a pro version that costs $49 per year and comes with hertz Gold and Regus membership.
Microsoft-Yahoo becomes a genuine Pepsi to Google's Coke, Burger King to their McDonalds, Avis to their hertz.
We may say that the transmitting aerial, the receiving aerial and the earth form one gigantic hertz oscillator.
The former raised his hand, and hertz rode forward and saluted.
But for the influence of these friends he would possibly be the hero of this story in place of hertz.
On this day the entry which we selected was one of Durnell & hertz's string.
It was this fact that Professor hertz discovered, and the waves are sometimes called the hertzian waves.
It was at this time, and in Rome, that my first meeting with hertz took place.
The latter apparatus is in fact almost precisely similar to that which hertz used in his first experiments.
unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second, 1928, named in reference to German physicist Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894).
n. pl. hertz
A unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle per second.