- Dunfermline (Scottish Gaelic: Dun Pharlain) is a large town in Fife, Scotland, located on high ground 3 miles from the northern shore of the Firth of Forth. It was a former capital of Scotland, having been historically a seat of the kingdom's Royal Court and an important ecclesiastical centre.
- Dunfermline was a county constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1974 until 1983.
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A History Of The Town And Parish Of Dunfermline
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He seems to think the carpet is something that can be eaten... yet doesn't seem to sure of its texture.
Dunfermline Town Centre.
By Dunfermline Delivers (BID)
Title: Inverkeithing. North Queensferry. Limekilns. Charlestown. The Ferry Hills. Their antiquities and recreative resources. History of Dunfermline Golf Club and plan of course. Edited by A. S. Cunningham.
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Cunningham, Andrew Storar;
181 p. ; 8?.
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