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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • High above them, floating along in midair, four struggling figures were being contorted into grotesque shapes.
  • The effect was to make his heavily scarred face look more twisted and contorted than ever, but it was nevertheless good to know that he ever did anything as friendly as smile.
  • He saw Krum’s face contorted with concentration as he pulled out of the dive just in time, while Lynch was flattened, and he understood — Krum hadn’t seen the Snitch at all, he was just making Lynch copy him.
  • Harry looked up and saw, floating twenty feet above them, Peeves the Poltergeist, a little man in a bell-covered hat and orange bow tie, his wide, malicious face contorted with concentration as he took aim again.

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  • Her face contorted in fury and frustration.
  • She lay contorted in pain.

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