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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • They reached the entrance hall, which was packed with people queuing for dinner.
  • There was already a small queue for the tap in the corner of the field.
  • Mr. Weasley had a hurried discussion with Basil; they joined the queue, and were able to take an old rubber tire back to Stoatshead Hill before the sun had really risen.
  • Hermione was overcome with such a strong fit of the giggles at this point that she had to duck out of the queue and only returned when Archie had collected his water and moved away.
  • I bet they’ll be queuing up to go with you.
  • "Imagine if Moody turned Snape into a horned toad," said Ron, his eyes misting over, "and bounced him all around his dungeon…" The Gryffindor fourth years were looking forward to Moody’s first lesson so much that they arrived early on Thursday lunchtime and queued up outside his classroom before the bell had even rung.

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  • "There’s usually a queue on weekdays.
    Gayle Forman  --  Where She Went
  • In the event that she was stumped, she could bounce the query to his own queue, and he’d take it.
    Dave Eggers  --  The Circle

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