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- 'croom' redirects here. for other uses, see croom (disambiguation). croom (irish: cromadh meaning 'bend in the river') is a village in county limerick
- croom-a-coochee is an unincorporated community in sumter county, florida, united states, located adjacent to the croom wildlife management area (wma) near
- croom is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in prince george's county, maryland, united states. as of the 2010 census it had a po****tion
- croom is a rural locality of wollongong in new south wales, australia, part of the state suburb of dunmore. the name has been variously spelled croomb
- 1960. having worked for macmillan, he set up and, in turn, sold each of croom helm, christopher helm publishers and pica press (both of the latter pair
- croom gaa club is a gaelic athletic ****ociation club located in croom, county limerick, ireland. the club was founded in 1884 and fields teams in both
- sylvester croom, jr. (born september 25, 1954) is an american football coach. he is currently the running backs coach for the nfl's tennessee titans.
- croom or crom castle, also called the castle of crom, is a historic castle in the town of croom, county limerick, that is notable for its occupation as