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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGlencoeGlen‧coe, Glen Coe /ˌɡlen ˈkəʊ/  a valley in the western Highlands of Scotland, where, in 1692, members of one clan (=a large group of families), the Campbells, killed members of another clan, the MacDonalds, in the Massacre of Glencoe. It is now a popular place for people to go to ski or climb.
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