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Who named broome?

BROOME was named after sir captain cook : ) he is awesome that's the answer guys illlyyy

What rhymes with broom?

Rhymes with broom: BloomBoomCostumeDoomFumeGloomGroomHumeLoomPlumeRheumRoomTombWombZoom 1 syllable: bloom, blum, blume, boom, broome, coombe, croom, crume, doom, flume, fume (MORE)
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Where is the fulcrum in a broom?

  It would be your lower hand (the right hand for a right handed person) This is the point that the broom swivels on.
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How do you fly a broom?

You have to either be a witch or a warlock in order to fly a broom. Broom flying takes magic, which humans do not usually have (or have enough of). The best chance you have of (MORE)

Why do witches have brooms?

In fantasy literature Witches' have magical powers that allow them to make the broom fly. However... In real Witchcraft traditions however, the broom or besom serves a var (MORE)
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Is broome dusty?

The soil in Broome is known as Pindan and is made up of very fine particiles of dirt, this gets into everything and in the wind can agitate hayfever. So yes, Broome is dusty.
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What is ceiling broom?

A ceiling broom is used to wipe dust and cobwebs off a ceiling. It  is made of very soft material to avoid damage to ceiling.
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Broom of twigs?

A broom of twigs fastened to one end of a pole and used for floor  sweeping, is known as a Besom.
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