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Cupar

(ko͞o`pər), town (1991 pop. 6,642), Fife, Scotland. Cupar was a royal burgh in 1356; it remains the administrative center of Fife. The town is a grain and livestock market, with tanning, agricultural engineering, and milling industries.
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More studies and work experienced followed and now Heather is a lecturer at Scotland's Rural College's Cupar campus.
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Fife Police confirmed a 17-year-old male would appear before Cupar Sheriff Court on Monday in connection with the death.
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That meant Valencia finished fourth, but despite that setback and the departure of inspirational boss Hector Cupar, they were immediately installed as favourites to win the UEFA Cup.