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Harry Potter (#1) and the Sorcerer's Stone
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Harry Potter (#1) and the Sorcerer's Stone
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  • Although owls normally hunt at night and are hardly ever seen in daylight, there have been hundreds of sightings of these birds flying in every direction since sunrise.
  • He was a big, beefy man with hardly any neck, although he did have a very large mustache.
  • He hoped the roof wasn’t going to fall in, although he might be warmer if it did.
  • Although he could tell it was daylight, he kept his eyes shut tight.
  • Although Hagrid seemed to know where he was going, he was obviously not used to getting there in an ordinary way.
  • Although this was an improvement in many ways, it did become a bit depressing after a while.
  • "It’s not just my hand," he whispered, "although that feels like it’s about to fall off.
  • When they told him about Charlie’s letter, his eyes filled with tears, although that might have been because Norbert had just bitten him on the leg.
  • Since then, I have served him faithfully, although I have let him down many times.
  • I arrived in time to prevent that, although you were doing very well on your own, I must say.
  • Harry learned that there were seven hundred ways of committing a Quidditch foul and that all of them had happened during a World Cup match in 1473; that Seekers were usually the smallest and fastest players, and that most serious Quidditch accidents seemed to happen to them; that although people rarely died playing Quidditch, referees had been known to vanish and turn up months later in the Sahara Desert.

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  • Although she knows a lot about the business, she still has a lot to learn from her mother.
  • Although she was angry, she wasn’t about to lose control.

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