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Fotheringhay

[ foth-uh-ring-gey ]
/ ˈfɒð ə rɪŋˌgeɪ /
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noun
a village in NE Northamptonshire, in E England, near Peterborough: Mary, Queen of Scots, imprisoned here and executed 1587.
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Fotheringhay
/ (ˈfɒðərɪŋˌɡeɪ) /

noun
a village in E England, in NE Northamptonshire: ruined castle, scene of the imprisonment and execution of Mary Queen of Scots (1587)
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