from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Her (or His) Majesty
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Heard Island and McDonald Islands.
- His Majesty, the title of a king
- Her Majesty, the title of a queen
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I proudly served in HM Forces, pay tax and revel in our capacity at self deprecating humour.
HM is the hard ladder — hard to get on and hard to climb — where semi and finalist just seem to be the last few rungs.
HM is still coming along achingly slowly, it's like pulling teeth this week.
Try this, I served in HM Forces for 26 years including 5 years active service.
I know that after being in HM Forces for all my adult life.
Nine, but I'm not sure even with the rereading if they are ready to come out of hiding. * sighs* It did remind me of some series threads I'd forgotten I'd planted though and reminded me to plant some more in HM as well.
And yes, HM is coming along, chapter's almost done now.
"But the Trust will provide a lasting legacy, in the name of HM Queen Elizabeth II."
Milner was invited to Hartford to study Molaison, whom she called HM in research papers.
On another wall, a blackboard had the words along the top, again in English, HM Norodom Sihanouk, King of Cambodia.
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