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omen
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Harry Potter (#3) and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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  • You’ll start seeing death omens everywhere.
  • His eyes had fallen on another book, which was among a display on a small table: Death Omens.
  • My dear boy, it is an omen — the worst omen — of death!
  • My dear boy, it is an omen — the worst omen — of death!
  • The Grim’s not an omen, it’s the cause of death!
  • That dog on the cover of Death Omens in Flourish and Blotts —the dog in the shadows of Magnolia Crescent… Lavender Brown clapped her hands to her mouth too.
  • Seeing death omens is her favorite way of greeting a new class.
  • If being good at Divination means I have to pretend to see death omens in a lump of tea leaves, I’m not sure I’ll be studying it much longer!
  • If Crookshanks could see the dog as well, how could it be an omen of Harry’s death?
  • It can’t have been a death omen," he told his reflection defiantly.
  • "In the second term," Professor Trelawney went on, "we shall progress to the crystal ball — if we have finished with fire omens, that is.

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  • He looked for an omen before going into battle.
  • that butterflies were a good omen.
    Paulo Coelho  --  The Alchemist

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