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coom

or coomb  (ko͞om)
n.
1. Variants of combe..
2. See cirque.

coom

(kuːm) or

coomb

n
dialect chiefly Scot and Northern English waste material, such as dust from coal, grease from axles, etc
[C16 (meaning: soot): probably a variant of culm1]
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Coom back as governess--you shall have it all your own way.
I ha' coom,' Stephen began, raising his eyes from the floor, after a moment's consideration, 'to ask yo yor advice.
I ha' coom to ask yo, sir, how I am to be ridded o' this woman.
Carp are feeding at Lliswerry Pond where Mark Coom banked a 22lb common and added a 6lb tench when he float-fished sweetcorn and local New City Anglers member Steve Cowhen had a great catch that included a 1.
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Bell (2009) developed a model called the Culture on Organization Outcomes Model, or COOM, which explains how hidden communications called metamechanisms can steer the direction of the entire organization towards an outcome of fortitude or turpitude.
Kotlarksky (information systems, Warwick Business School, UK) and Oshri (strategy and technology management, Rotterdam School of Management, the Netherlands) introduce the recent trend of Globally Distributed Component-Based Development methodologies (GD CBD) such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Microsoft COOM and CORBA.