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a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo

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The projects are initiated by the six leaders of the group, including Julia Fifer, 15, of St.
Fifers boss Darren Young said: "Thomas shouldn't be playing at this level, he hurt us."
The SPFL provide clubs who are drawn against Irish clubs with a PS5000 travel grant but the Fifers were also forced to apologise to 300 of their fans who had travelled only to be left disappointed by the postponement.
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 were lifted by Stevie Crawford declaring himself fit after a knee injury to maintain his in-form partnership with Craig Brewster.
Charnley increased the Fifers' misery when he killed the ball and outwitted two defenders before finding the net.
Fifers boss Darren Young said: "Our finishing could have been a lot better."
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.
Fifers' caretaker boss Mike Marshall added: "Graeme Souness was impressed with the lad and we will now wait to see how things develop."
After going three goals in front in the first half, Raith's Marvin Andrews capped a perfect day for the Fifers midway through the second half with his second goal of the day, handing Livingston their first League defeat of the season.
The on-fire Fifers were 3-0 up by the interval after strikes from Kevin Smith, Scott Agnew and Rory Currie.
Scott Taggart's own goal looked to have sealed it for the Fifers but Hynd had the last word.
Paul McManus fired the Fifers level a minute before half-time when he prodded home after a goalmouth scramble.
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.
A super Ross Davidson opener and a Johnny Court strike had the Fifers two up in 27 minutes.