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What does CH stand for?

CH stands for Companion of Honour

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The professor, who has retired from Edinburgh University, was made a Companion of Honour in the New Year Honours list and the Higgs Prize was set up by the Scottish Government to recognise school pupils who excel in physics.
Lord Coe, now a Companion of Honour, while Jean Tomlin, who led the Games Maker programme, now has an OBE.
There was also recognition for other people who made the London Olympics a success, including Lord Coe, who becomes a Companion of Honour (CH).
Away from sport, the Companion of Honour goes to Professor Peter Higgs, namesake of the Higgs boson or so-called "God particle", which was finally proved to exist in July - 48 years after he first proposed it.
Sebastian Coe, the chairman of the London organising committee, is awarded a Companion of Honour (CH) on the main honours' list.
He was knighted in 1979 and appointed a Companion of Honour in 2003.