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A town of east-central Scotland northwest of Edinburgh. It was long a favorite residence of Scottish kings. Andrew Carnegie was born here (1835) and gave the town its library.
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(Placename) a city in E Scotland, in SW Fife: ruined palace, a former residence of Scottish kings. Pop: 39 229 (2001)
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Dun•ferm•line(dʌnˈfɜrm lɪn, -ˈfɛrm-, dʌm-)
a city in the Fife region in E Scotland, near the Firth of Forth. 52,057.
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