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ANEW magical attraction complete with wands, spells, broomsticks and butter beer is launching in the Midlands.
Maria Blake was never far from a cauldron brewing up magic potions - or strange recipes - as Grandmama Addams in 1960s TV series The Addams Family while Angela Lansbury saved the day as apprentice witch Miss Price in 1971 movie Bedknobs And Broomsticks.
Dubai: Three men lost their appeals and will spend 10 years in jail for jabbing a broken broomstick into the arm of a worker and killing him at a friend's birthday party.
The broomstick training lessons are included in the price of entry tickets but should be booked immediately upon arrival.
Players hold on to a broomstick at all times while chasing the quaffle - a semi-deflated volleyball thrown through the hoops by chasers and keepers.
Bella Broomstick is a young witch who lives with her aunt, Hemlock.
Broomstick Lace Crochet: A New Look at a Vintage Stitch with 20 Stylish Designs covers a type of lace crochet made using a huge needle ("broomstick") and a crochet hook--and this means that projects can be completed in hours rather than days.
ARMED: Machine gun training in about 1940 TRENCHES: Combat techniques THE Home Guard often lacked a uniform or weapon between them and was dubbed the Broomstick Army.
A bird, a dog and a frog are very helpful in finding the witch's lost things, but the broomstick snaps in two when they all sit on it.
The witch and her cat are flying happily along on their broomstick when a stormy wind blows her hat, bow and wand away into the night.
Around the mid-1980s, Al Taylor began to extend his drawing and painting practice into three dimensions, turning chipped wooden broomstick handles and other found carpentry scraps into linear, wall-mounted (and later, freestanding) constructions.
Quidditching - named after the broomstick-riding sport in the Harry Potter books - started in Japan and involves being photographed with a broomstick to look like you are playing quidditch.