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See M I) Kirby, 'The Rt Hon Sir Harry Gibbs GCMG, AC, KBE', Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences (published online), 1 May 2009; Oscar Schmalzbach 'Harry Gibbs' loc cit.
On his return to Britain in 2006, he was awarded the GCMG for his work in Bosnia.
The original monument was unveiled on Saturday April 2, 1920 by General Sir Ian Hamilton GCB, GCMG, MG, DSO.
Chauvel, GCMG, KCB Melbourne 31 May 1921, Parliamentary Report No.
What did they think when they saw such notable commendations as the KG (Knight of the Order of the Garter), GCMG (Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George), GCVO (Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order) and the ADC (Personal Aide-de-Camp to Her Majesty the Queen).
The honorary award allows Chan to use the initials GCMG after her name but not the title ''dame,'' the consulate said.
Sir Hercules, about to be appointed GCMG for presiding over the Fiji ceremony, was conscious of his growing stature as an imperial officer, and he acknowledged his duty in New South Wales as an essential activity in the great monarchical system that ruled over much of the world.
Slim the Standard-bearer: A Biography of Field-Marshal The Viscount Slim, KG, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, GRE, DSO, MC.
This year's annual lecture, `Three Ambassadors Extraordinary' by Sir Alan Campbell GCMG, sketches the careers of three predecessors as British Ambassadors to Italy against the background of their very different epochs: 1908-19, 1912-33 and 1953-62.
Rabel Hon Vice President Rt Hon Sir Michael Hardie Boys GNZM, GCMG, Prof G.
Once the deal is completed, the stockholders of GCS will be GCMG (72.
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