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General contractor. Also can be written as G/C.

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A VCGC spokesperson said: "Sadly, this individual felt the need to imply, by the wearing of the medal along with others that spanned over forty years of supposed service to the Nation, that he had been awarded the George Cross.
Sadly, we cannot wish Jo a happy birthday, but I hope Mr Kenny makes a speedy recovery from his injuries and let's see him get a George Cross for his bravery.
And in February this year the grandfather-of-11 became the first recipient of either a Victoria Cross or a George Cross to reach the age of 100, almost 75 years after having diced with death as part of the war effort.
There are just 22 George Cross recipients alive today, including L/Cpl Croucher, who gave his medal, worth around pounds 200,000, to the Imperial War Museum in London.
The George Cross is the highest civil decoration of the United Kingdom, and also holds, or has held, that status in many of the other countries of the Commonwealth of Nations.
The block of flats was named George Cross Court in his honour.
He will now receive a posthumous award of the George Cross, senior military sources have revealed.
Auctioning of gallant Indian's George Cross put off as police probe if medal was stolen
More than 50 art works celebrating the heroism of Victoria Cross and George Cross recipients were placed on the British National Archive's website to mark today's 60th anniversary of VE Day.
Knock HQ in a bid to persuade officers to accept the George Cross as their new cap badge.
HOLDERS of the Victoria Cross and George Cross will be given a tax-free PS10,000-a-year thank you, George Osborne will announce in today's Budget.
Corporal James Scully won the highest award possible for bravery outside combat when he was awarded the George Cross for his part in the rescue of a family trapped in the ruins of a house in Birkenhead.