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Dun·ferm·line

 (dŭn-fûrm′lĭn)
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.

Dunfermline

(dʌnˈfɜːmlɪn)
n
(Placename) a city in E Scotland, in SW Fife: ruined palace, a former residence of Scottish kings. Pop: 39 229 (2001)

Dun•ferm•line

(dʌnˈfɜrm lɪn, -ˈfɛrm-, dʌm-)

n.
a city in the Fife region in E Scotland, near the Firth of Forth. 52,057.
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The Scottish rock was formed in 1968 in Dunfermline, Scotland, out of the semi-professional local group "The Shadettes" (formed in 1961) by vocalist Dan McCafferty.
Hundreds of entries were on display in Dunfermline, Scotland yesterday with 50 expert judges checking the look, smell and taste of the pies.
Hundreds of entries were on display in Dunfermline, Scotland, yesterday, with 50 expert judges checking the look, smell and taste of the pies.
Hundreds of entries were on display in Dunfermline, Scotland, yesterday with 50 expert judges checking the look, smell and taste of the pies.
The facility is located in Dunfermline, Scotland, and is in close proximity to the major cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and in Northern England.
Corrie, originally from Dunfermline, Scotland, was reported as missing to police last Monday afternoon.
Bill was born on June 12, 1928 in Dunfermline, Scotland, son of the late William and Ann Duncan.
DUNFERMLINE, SCOTLAND -- The Wee Company is a small family business that sells blended teas, of which about 10 percent of is Scottish-grown tea; the balance is high quality loose-leaf content.
Soutar, of Cairneyhill, Dunfermline, Scotland, denies causing death by dangerous driving and the alternative of causing death by careless driving.
We visited Donald and Joy after their marriage in Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1979 where Donald was a minister of the United Free (Presbyterian) congregation.
In addition, BP's deep water project equipment will be manufactured at FMC's Kongsberg, Norway and Dunfermline, Scotland facilities and will be delivered in 2013.