Wood had given instructions that Harry should be accompanied everywhere he went, in case the Slytherins tried to put him out of action.
Fudge came back, accompanied by Tom the innkeeper.
Ron stared as Professor McGonagall ushered Harry and Hermione away from the chattering crowd; they accompanied her across the entrance hall, up the marble staircase, and along a corridor.
The Gryffindor team visited again on Sunday morning, this time accompanied by Wood, who told Harry (in a hollow, dead sort of voice) that he didn’t blame him in the slightest.
He accompanied them to the entrance hall, where Filch, the caretaker, was standing inside the front doors, checking off names against a long list, peering suspiciously into every face, and making sure that no one was sneaking out who shouldn’t be going.
But you were now accompanied by somebody else.
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The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
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