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- We made the non-slip surfaces by stippling the tops with a bass broom - a fairly new one works best.
- Still guarding his little pile of sticks no doubt, or even jumping over the broom with a Romany.
- In one of their battles they chased each other ten times up and down the house, Beatrice armed with a long straw broom and Modigliani with a pot.
- Ma Bombie had scratched round it with a broom as ancient as herself and with slightly fewer bristles than she had on her chin.
- Luke handed her a broom.
- Sam spent the next morning poking his broom everywhere it was wanted and a few places it wasn't until he had swept up several titbits of very interesting information.
- Three First Division members of the management committee John Smith of Liverpool, Aston Villa's Doug Ellis and Robert Chase of Norwich City - are known to favour Sandford as a new broom from outside football.
- The broom was no longer against the wall, though that was not conclusive.
- But there was a new broom coming into the English Faculty at this period and, although younger than Simpson, Wilson, Garrod and the rest, he appeared to be more radically reactionary.
- "Just hunting for my broom, sir," said Sam.
- We had rather a lot to drink, and before I knew where I was I found myself being hustled into a broom closet by three men.
- 5 If you wonder how someone like Sam Fifield-Hall (page 87) keeps her flagstones looking polished, here's a tip: detergent and heavy steam-cleaning wash away the glow with the dirt, so Sam suggests a quick once-over with a broom, then a soft-shoe shuffle in sheepskin slippers.
- for the leopards and broom plants