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OP Max, you're both right and wrong. "Edinburgh" is the "Town of Edin". It was once called "Dunedin", but it means "Edin under the hill or below" (approximately, I'm no Gaelic expert), but it's not exactly the same thing. "Edin under the hill" transliterated as "Edinburgh of the South" isn't so far away.
And I still haven't learned to drive wrongly on the right. Did I get that right? Or left? Or just wrong?
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