Dame Grand Cross

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Princess Beatrice Of The United Kingdom - Titles, Styles, Honours and Arms - Honours
... and Albert (1st class) 1 January 1878 Order of the Crown of India 24 May 1885 Royal Red Cross 10 February 1904 Royal Family Order of King Edward VII (2nd class) 3 June 1911 Royal Family Order of King George V ...
Orders, Decorations, And Medals Of The United Kingdom - Current Orders of Chivalry
... None The Most Honourable Order of the Bath Knight/Dame Grand Cross (GCB) Knight/Dame Commander (KCB/DCB), Companion (CB) 18 May 1725 King George I Tria iuncta in uno ("Three joined in ...
Princess Camilla, Duchess Of Castro - Orders and Decorations
... Dame Grand Cross of Justice of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Francis I Dame Grand Cross of Honour and Devotion ...
List Of Titles And Honours Of Mary Of Teck - British Honours
24 March 1953 Member of the Royal Red Cross England 3 June 1910 – 24 March 1953 Royal Lady of the Most Noble Order of the Garter LG United Kingdom 3 June 1911 – 24 March 1953 Member First Class of the Royal ...
List Of Titles And Honours Of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
... the Imperial Order of the Crown of India, Grand Master and Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order upon whom had been conferred the Royal Victorian Chain, Dame Grand Cross of the Most ...

Famous quotes containing the words cross, dame and/or grand:

    He is asleep. He knows no longer the fatigue of the work of deciding, the work to finish. He sleeps, he has no longer to strain, to force himself, to require of himself that which he cannot do. He no longer bears the cross of that interior life which proscribes rest, distraction, weaknesshe sleeps and thinks no longer, he has no more duties or chores, no, no, and I, old and tired, oh! I envy that he sleeps and will soon die.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    my youth i shall never forget
    but there s nothing i really regret
    wotthehell wotthehell
    there s a dance in the old dame yet
    toujours gai toujours gai
    Don Marquis (1878–1937)

    It has been said that the immortality of the soul is a “grand peut-être”Mbut still it is a grand one. Everybody clings to it—the stupidest, and dullest, and wickedest of human bipeds is still persuaded that he is immortal.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)