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West Lothian

[ loh-thee-uhn ]
/ ˈloʊ ði ən /
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noun
a historic county in southern Scotland.
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Formerly Lin·lith·gow [lin-lith-goh] /lɪnˈlɪθ goʊ/ .
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West Lothian

noun
a council area and historical county of central Scotland, on the Firth of Forth: became part of Lothian region in 1975: reinstated as an independent authority (with revised boundaries) in 1996: agriculture, oil-refining. Administrative centre: Livingston. Pop: 161 020 (2003 est). Area: 425 sq km (164 sq miles)
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