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Her Majesty.
His Majesty. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Here is the account of another service sent home by an engine-room artificer on one of H.M. battleships.

    With our Fighting Men William E. Sellers
  • I am the second lieutenant on board H.M.'s gunboat, the John Bright.

    The Fixed Period Anthony Trollope
  • It was certainly not due to H.M. alone—I was not one of his intimates, though he was at all times gracious to me.

    My Mission to London 1912-1914 Prince Lichnowsky
  • “Clements Markham,” H.M. sledge, 217; starts for “Discovery,” 248.

    The Great Frozen Sea Albert Hastings Markham
  • (a) On a signal being made from one of H.M. ships or from a vessel under the command of an officer of the Royal Navy on full pay.

    British Flags W. G. Perrin
  • The whole report was favourable to the keels, and H.M. sloop 'Cynthia' was built.

    Yachting Vol. 1 Various.
  • The brass wire is cut into lengths called mitakos, this form of currency having been introduced by the late Sir H.M. Stanley.

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