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1. (Placename) a town in SE Scotland, in West Lothian: ruined palace, residence of Scottish kings and birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots. Pop: 13 370 (2001)
2. (Placename) the former name of West Lothian


(lɪnˈlɪθ goʊ)

former name of West Lothian.
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Byline: Alan Robertson Bonnyrigg Rose 0 Linlithgow Rose .
BLAIR BATCHELOR believes Linlithgow proved their doubters wrong with victory over reigning East Super League champions Kelty.
It is the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and the preserved ruins of the royal palace can be visited in a picturesque setting next to Linlithgow Loch.
It may sound like a shaggy dog story, but community councillors in Linlithgow, West Lothian, want to spend cash - set aside for boosting tourism - on a bizarre set of multicoloured fibreglass hounds.
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Linlithgow went off at a pace which took Murrayfield by surprise in the BT Cellnet Bowl Final but two missed penalties in the first 10 minutes left them with nothing to show for their pressure.
Swankie, a boyhood Light Blues fan, is relishing the prospect of a fifth-round tie against the top-flight Staggies - should they succeed in overcoming junior side Linlithgow Rose in tonight's rescheduled tie at Station Park And the Forfar striker said: "Doddsy was always a player I admired.
The Camelon assistant boss watched in-form keeper Ian Ure receive a second-half red card as they crashed to defeat against Linlithgow.
THE Scottish town of Linlithgow is building a memorial to its most famous - albeit fictional - resident.
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