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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • ...with a flick of his wand, Bill reattached the table leg and conjured tablecloths from nowhere.
  • Conjure the Dark Mark?
  • Is Harry Potter likely to conjure the Dark Mark?
  • "Perhaps Amos is suggesting," said Mr. Crouch, cold anger in every syllable, "that I routinely teach my servants to conjure the Dark Mark?"
  • He scanned the darkness for the person who had conjured the skull, but he couldn’t see anyone.
  • "You have now come very close to accusing the two people in this clearing who are least likely to conjure that Mark!" barked Mr. Crouch.
  • Some, with furtive looks around them, conjured fires with their wands; others were striking matches with dubious looks on their faces, as though sure this couldn’t work.
  • Which of you conjured the Dark Mark?
  • "As you see, elf, the Dark Mark was conjured here a short while ago," said Mr. Diggory.
  • You threw it aside after you conjured the Mark?
  • Whoever conjured the Mark could have Disapparated right after they’d done it, leaving Harry’s wand behind.
  • The person who conjured the Mark?
  • "So…. whoever conjured the Dark Mark…." said Hermione slowly, "were they doing it to show support for the Death Eaters, or to scare them away?"
  • There’d be a week’s worth of headlines in his house-elf being caught holding the wand that conjured the Dark Mark.
  • Where else would she have learned to conjure it?
  • But I’ll tell you this…. it was only the Death Eaters who ever knew how to conjure it.
  • "I thought we were all agreed that that elf, while irresponsible, did not conjure the Mark?" said Percy hotly.
  • Who conjured it?
  • Mr. Weasley conjured up candles to light the darkening garden before they had their homemade strawberry ice cream, and by the time they had finished, moths were fluttering low over the table, and the warm air was perfumed with the smells of grass and honeysuckle.
  • Then, with a wave of his wand, all the tables zoomed back along the walls leaving the floor clear, and then he conjured a raised platform into existence along the right wall.
  • TOM RIDDLE The cloaked man was now conjuring tight cords around Harry, tying him from neck to ankles to the headstone.
  • "Fine," snapped Padma, and she got up and went to join Parvati and the Beauxbatons boy, who conjured up one of his friends to join them so fast that Harry could have sworn he had zoomed him there by a Summoning Charm.
  • But Wormtail, who had finished conjuring the ropes, did not reply; he was busy checking the tightness of the cords, his fingers trembling uncontrollably, rumbling over the knots.
  • Are you saying whoever conjured the Mark stole my wand in the Top Box?
  • Are you saying you reckon Ludo Bagman conjured the Dark Mark?
  • When the Dark Mark had been conjured, and the elf had been discovered holding Harry’s wand, what did Crouch do?
  • Over their heads he saw that an area of lawn right in front of the castle had been transformed into a sort of grotto full of fairy lights — meaning hundreds of actual living fairies were sitting in the rosebushes that had been conjured there, and fluttering over the statues of what seemed to be Father Christmas and his reindeer.
  • Then Bill, removing the sheet from his arm to check on his cut, said, "Well, it didn’t help us tonight, whoever conjured it.
  • You seem very well informed about how that Mark is summoned, missy —" But none of the Ministry wizards apart from Mr. Crouch seemed to think it remotely likely that Harry, Ron, or Hermione had conjured the skull; on the contrary, at Hermione’s words, they had all raised their wands again and were pointing in the direction she had indicated, squinting through the dark trees.

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  • She fears his black magic will conjure up evil spirits.
  • The song conjures memories of good times.

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