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THOMSON, Henry Wagstaffe (1874 - 1941), Order of Crown of Siam, 4th Class, 1905

The Class Asteroidea (Echinodermata): Fossils and the Base of the Crown Group 1

SOHEILY, Ali (1896 - 1958), Persian Order of the Crown, First Class, 1942; Iranian Ambassador to London, 1950–52 and since 1954

HITCHCOCK, Eldred (1887 - 1959), Chevalier Order of Crown of Belgium; St Stanislas (2nd class); Chairman: Tanganyika Sisal Growers Association; Bird & Co. (Africa), Ltd

HEADLAM, Arthur Cayley (1862 - 1947), Order of St Sava (Serbia) 4th Class; Order of the Crown of Serbia, 2nd Class; Knight Commander Order of the White Rose of Finland, 1st Class

HOLLAND, Robert (Erskine) (1873 - 1965), Indian Civil Service (retired); 1st Class of the Order of the Crown of Siam, 1936; barrister-at-law, 1930

Spencer, Victor Albert Francis Charles (1864 - 1934), Prince of the Holy Roman Empire; Lord-in-Waiting, 1889–92; was one of the Conservative Whips in the House of Lords. 1st Class Red Eagle of Prussia, Crown of Italy, Orange of Nassau, Redeemer of Greece; Portuguese Order of Jesus Christ, 1st class; Order of Crown of Prussia, 1st class; JP Oxon and Leicesters

van MEERBEKE, René Louis Joseph Marie (1895 - 1983), Grand Offcier, Orders of the Crown and of Léopold II (Belgium); Commander, Order of Léopold II (with swords); Officer, Orders of Léopold and of the Crown (with swords); Croix de Guerre (Belgium), 1914–18 (with palms); Croix de Feu; Civil Cross (1st Class)

JAIPUR, Sawai Madho Singh Bahadur (1861 - 1922), Hon. Lieutenant-General; Hon. Colonel of 13th Rajputs (Shekhawati) Regiment, 1904; Member of the First Class of the Order of the Crown of Prussia, 1910

ARNOLD, Edwin (1832 - 1904), Fellow of Bombay University, of Royal Asiatic Society; Officer of White Elephant of Siam, also Grand Commander of Crown of Siam, Rising Sun of Japan; 2nd class of Imperial Medjidieh; 3rd class Osmanieh; Commander of Lion and Sun of Persia; author and journalist

DAWSON, Douglas (Frederick Rawdon) (1854 - 1933), State Chamberlain, 1920–24; Comptroller in Lord Chamberlain’s Department to HM, 1907–20; late Registrar and Secretary Order of the Bath; Extra Equerry to the King, 1919; Secretary to Order of Garter since 1904; Jubilee medal, 1887; with clasp, 1897; Kt Commander of Iron Crown of Austria, and ‘Grand Officier’ Legion of Honour; 3rd class Turkish Order of Medjidie; Grand Cross of Order of Dannebrog; Grand Cross Sacred Treasure and Grand Cross Rising Sun of Japan; Grand Cross of the Crown of Italy; Grand Cross of the Crown of Roumania

SAROLEA, Charles (1870 - 1953), Officer of the Order of the Crown; Royal Belgian Life Saving Medal; Belgian Civic Medal, First Class; Knight Commander of Saint Sava; Knight Commander of Polish National Order, Polonia Restitua; Officer de la Légion d’Honneur; First Consul Free Congo State; Foreign Member of Royal Acad. of Belgium; Member of Brazilian Acad. of Rio de Janeyro; late Professor of French Literature in the University of Edinburgh; First Belgian Consul-General, Edinburgh, and Doyen d’Age of Consular Corps of Edinburgh-Leith

STEVENSON, Daniel Macaulay (1851 - 1944), DL; Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Grande Ufficiale della Corona d’Italia; Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; Member of the Deutsche Akademie; Grand Order of Isabel la Catolica; Order of the German Eagle (First Class); Chancellor of Glasgow University since 1934; Lord Provost of Glasgow and Lord-Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow, 1911–14

Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth (1857 - 1941), Chevalier Order of Christ of Portugal; Grand Cross Alfonso XII; Grand Cross Order of Dannebrog; Order of Merit Chile; Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece; Order of the Crown of Belgium; Cross of Commander of Legion of Honour; Knight of Grace, St John Order; Order of Polonia Restituta (Poland); 1st Class Order of Merit (Hungary); Order of White Lion (Czecho-Slovakia); Order of Phoenix (Greece); Grand Cross Order of Merit (Austria); Grand Cross of Gediminus (Lithuania); Grand Cross of Orange of Nassau (Holland); Grand Cross of Order of the Sword (Sweden); Grand Cross of Three Stars (Latvia)

 

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A classification of individual trees in a forest, based on dominance relative to adjacent trees, which reflects position in the canopy and amount of sunlight received. The four classes, in descending order of crown height and size, are dominant, codominant, intermediate, and suppressed.

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