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Scone can represent several things:
- Scone, a type of quick-bread, typically eaten with jam then cream
- Drop-scone, British word for a small pancake
- Scone (category theory), a special kind of comma category
- Barbara Young, Baroness Young of Old Scone (born 1948), Labour member of the House of Lords
- Robert of Scone (died 1159), 12th century bishop of Cell Rígmonaid (or Kilrymont, now St Andrews)
- Scone, New South Wales, Australia (named after the Scottish burgh by emigrants)
- Scone Grammar School, Australian independent Anglican school
- Scone High School, Australian government high school
- Scone Horse Festival, celebration of Scone's cultural links to equines
- Scone railway station, New South Wales
- Scone Thoroughbreds, country rugby league team
- The Scone Advocate, Australian local newspaper
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