Queen Mary

(redirected from Her Majesty Queen Mary)

Queen Mary

An articulated road vehicle for transporting dismantled or crashed aircraft and other unwieldy loads. It is a colloquial term more often used in the British Commonwealth.
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EVENTS 1953: Her Majesty Queen Mary, the Queen's grandmother, dies in her sleep.
Her Majesty Queen Mary holding the little Princess Elizabeth, who was born April 21 1926 from the royal portrait series of Raphael Tuck & Sons HRH Princess Elizabeth and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh with a baby Princes Charles
The Queen Mary first set sail in May 1936, and was named for and launched by Her Majesty Queen Mary amidst great fanfare and celebration.
Royal interest in Cussons Imperial Leather started in the early 1930s, with the visit of Her Majesty Queen Mary to the Cussons stand at the British Industries Fair in 1933, at which it was reported "Her Majesty graciously admired all the newest lines, many of which she purchased".
Her Majesty Queen Mary, wife of King George V, launched Queen Mary in 1934 - and in so doing became the first British Monarch ever to launch a merchant ship.