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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • At that moment, the dungeon door opened, and Snape beckoned them all inside.
  • Wormtail beckoned Frank into the room.
  • Moody began to beckon students forward in turn and put the Imperius Curse upon them.
  • "Thanks, Basil," said Mr. Weasley, and he beckoned everyone to follow him.
  • He retreated a short distance from the cottage and beckoned Harry toward him.
  • Karkaroff beckoned to Krum, and they, too, exited, though in silence.
  • The wall was sliding shut behind him even as he beckoned Harry back toward him.
  • The prospect of going down into the Great Hall and facing the rest of the Gryffindors, all treating him like some sort of hero, was not inviting; it was that, however, or stay here and allow himself to be cornered by the Creevey brothers, who were both beckoning frantically to him to join them.
  • "Hermione, I agree with you," said Mr. Weasley quickly, beckoning her on, "but now is not the time to discuss elf rights.
  • Viktor has a slight head cold…" Karkaroff beckoned forward one of his students.
  • Professor Dumbledore said we is free to to-" Dobby looked suddenly nervous and beckoned Harry closer.
  • But then, Father’s always associated with the top people at the Ministry…… Maybe your father’s too junior to know about it, Weasley…. yes…. they probably don’t talk about important stuff in front of him…… " Laughing once more, Malfoy beckoned to Crabbe and Goyle, and the three of them disappeared.

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  • I should be studying, but television beckons me.
  • The police officer beckoned me to come over.

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