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a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo

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Kyle Wilkie lashed the Fifers level and within minutes they were ahead when Chris Duggan slipped his shot past Kelby Mason.
But Parry's goal was eventually breached by the impressive Fifers when Tony Wallace picked out Smith who charged in on goal and thumped his effort through the keeper's legs.
However, the former Derry City manager appealed to the neutral Scottish football supporters to rally behind the First Divison side despite the fact that it is the unfashionable Fifers who are flying the Scottish flag in Europe.
For their anniversary, the Fifers plan to travel in their motor home and go camping.
Fifers boss Darren Young said: "We looked comfortable but it turned into one of those days.
Neil Parry's goal was breached by the impressive Fifers when Tony Wallace's ball picked out Smith who raced in on goal and thumped his effort through the keeper's legs.
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.
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.
The Fifers have a four point lead at the moment and have now secured a last 16 slot after seeing off Peterhead at Methil.
The Fifers keeper halted a close-range effort from Lee Erwin and twice denied the striker from the rebound as Arbroath missed out on a late winner.
Paul McManus fired the Fifers level a minute before half-time when he prodded home after a goalmouth scramble.
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.
But referee Elmslie awarded the Blue Brazil a free-kick - and the Fifers held out for a 1-0 win.
The Fifers made a dream start when Pat Slattery's pass put Austin clean through to net on six minutes.
GARY MASON penned a new 12-month contract with Dunfermline yesterday and backed the Fifers to survive in the SPL next season.