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What does HMTQ stand for?

HMTQ stands for Her Majesty the Queen


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On 20 March 2013 Her Majesty the Queen appointed Mr Paul Vincent Crozier, Solicitor Advocate as a resident sheriff of Glasgow and Strathkelvin based at Glasgow and Ms Susan Craig, Solicitor Advocate as a floating sheriff of Lothian and Borders based at Livingston.
George Glass was presented with the medal from Sir Paul Nicholson, Lord-Lieutenant of County Durham, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen at a special presentation at Stockton Town Hall this week.
Abu Dhabi: Andy Murray's incredible year of achievement was capped with the Scotsman being included in the New Year's Honours List to receive an OBE from Her Majesty the Queen for Services to Sport.
I am privileged to be allowed to add my thanks to those of Her Majesty the Queen and the whole country for the example you set in responding with dignity and respect to the losses that this country, operational responsibilities have forced upon us," she said.