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Bothwell

[ both-wel, -wuhl, both- ]
/ ˈbɒθˌwɛl, -wəl, ˈbɒð- /
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noun
James Hepburn [hep-burn or, especially British, heb-ern], /ˈhɛp bɜrn or, especially British, ˈhɛb ərn/, Earl of, 1536?–78, third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots.
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Bothwell
/ (ˈbɒθwəl, ˈbɒð-) /

noun
Earl of, title of James Hepburn . 1535–78, Scottish nobleman; third husband of Mary Queen of Scots. He is generally considered to have instigated the murder of Darnley (1567)
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