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a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo

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And in 27 minutes fired-up Fifers took the lead as a Nathan Austin mis-hit rebounded to Murray to rifle into the net.
The Fifers hit back as Alan Cook converted from the spot after Nathan Austin was tripped and stopper Campbell blasted home a free-kick from 40 yards.
Jackson then pulled off two stunning saves in quick succession from Fifers defender Byle but was helpless to prevent Greg McDonald wrapping up the points with a bullet header on 89 minutes.
For their anniversary, the Fifers plan to travel in their motor home and go camping.
The Fifers came straight back with a perfect reply Andrews outjumped the Livi defence to head home the opener from a corner.
The Fifers got the goal they deserved when Fisher beat Chris Smith from close range.
That drama came at the end of a second half that saw four goals - with a Liam Buchanan double for East Fife and strikes from Alan Cook and Erwin - and red cards for Fifers Scott McBride and Gary Thom.
But it was the Fifers who took the lead when Heighton tried to stop Stewart Devine's pass back but only succeeded in playing it to McManus.
The Scotland striker grabbed a goal in each half to kill off the fighting Fifers and give the Dons their first victory in 12 games.
However, the Fifers reckon Nade, who has agreed a shock short-term deal at Bayview following the takeover by local businessman Lee Murray, will recover in time to take part in pre-season training.
Bottom club Rovers, who trail the Fifers by nine points, went ahead on the half-hour mark when Dallas flicked home from close in but Willis equalised with a 35-yard shot just before the break.
1 Billy Brown blasted ref Don Robertson after Bobby Barr was booked for diving as the Fifers sunk deeper into trouble.
GARY MASON penned a new 12-month contract with Dunfermline yesterday and backed the Fifers to survive in the SPL next season.
Paul McManus fired the Fifers level a minute before half-time when he prodded home after a goalmouth scramble.
Craig Johnston fired the Fifers ahead before Paul Willis secured what seemed like a comfortable advantage after 18 minutes.