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  1. Kennaquhair

    Kennaquhair is an imaginary locality in Walter Scott's novels The Monastery and The Abbot. In T. H. White's The Sword in the Stone, Kennaquhair is the land of Athene, mother-goddess of the owls, and is located at the doubly impossible co-ordinates of 91 degrees north and 181 degrees west.

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  1. Kennaquhair

    an imaginary locality in Scott's "Monastery." See Weissnichtwo.

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