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GCVO

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain)(Knight or Dame) Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order
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Scott Wilson Group, Diyar Al Muharraq's design and engineering consultancy specialising in providing sustainable and integrated planning for projects in the natural environment, received a Certificate of Commendation, presented by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO.
The partnership was kicked off during a cocktail reception in February this year at the Movenpick Royal Palm Hotel Dar es Salaam, followed by a press conference, attended by royal highnesses the duke and duchess of Gloucester KG GCVO, patrons of Habitat for Humanity Great Britain, the board members of both Habitat for Humanity Tanzania and Great Britain and Habitat for Humanity Tanzania, and the management and employees of the Movenpick Royal Palm Hotel Dar es Salaam.
His honours include the KCVO (1957), the KCB (1967) and the GCVO (1998).
5) The Rt Hon Sir Zelman Cowen AK GCMG GCVO QC DCL, address for the commemoration service at the Darwin Cenotaph, 19 February 2002.
Slim the Standard-bearer: A Biography of Field-Marshal The Viscount Slim, KG, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, GRE, DSO, MC.
Lord Somerleyton, who has had horses in training with Sir Mark Prescott, is elevated from KCVO to GCVO on his retirement as Master of the Horse.
In this issue the Melbourne University Law Review Association pays tribute to Sir Zelman Cowen AK GCMG GCVO QC, former Governor-General of Australia, who in 1957, while Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Melbourne, was instrumental in the establishment of the Association.
Summary: HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO agreed to participate as conference patron due to his keen interest in Russia and its overall growth and development.
Fifthly, Marshal of the RAF Sir John Grandy GCVO GCB KBE CB DSO (1913-2004), born on 8 February 1913, was involved immediately after the Second World War in the evacuation of civilians during the fighting in the Dutch East Indies.
uk SNOWDON, 1st Earl of, Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones GCVO 1969; RDI 1978; FCSD.
His Imperial Majesty Hirohito, Emperor of Japan, KG GCB GCVO (26 June 1928) was stripped of his field marshal rank when Japan entered WW2.