Otterburn


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Otterburn

(ˈɒtəˌbɜːn)
n
(Placename) a village in NE England, in central Northumberland: scene of a battle (1388) in which the Scots, led by the earl of Douglas, defeated the English, led by Hotspur
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The Royal began the second her palace-to-palace challenge Otterburn where she was cheered by supporters.
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