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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • Ron muttered indistinctly as his mother roused him.
  • Soon they heard Moody’s distinctive clunking footsteps coming down the corridor, and he entered the room, looking as strange and frightening as ever.
  • He had distinctly heard the words "Ministry of Magic,"
  • He was slightly duck-footed and distinctly round-shouldered.
  • "Oh…." The girl who had spoken turned her back on him, and as they walked on they distinctly heard her say, "Ogwarts."
  • Indeed, whenever Harry saw the two of them together — at mealtimes, or when they passed in the corridors — he had the distinct impression that Snape was avoiding Moody’s eye, whether magical or normal.
  • Hermione cast the merrily dancing flames a dark look, and Harry distinctly heard her mutter "Slave labor" before bidding them good night and disappearing through the doorway to the girls’ dormitory.
  • Harry had the distinct impression that she could smell him…… Why had he filled that bath with so much perfumed foam?
  • They both looked around at Harry, Professor McGonagall ignored them, which Harry thought was distinctly unfair, as she had just told off him and Ron.
  • … Harry had taken his first step back toward Gryffindor Tower when something else on the map caught his eye …. something distinctly odd.
  • Only bubbles flew out of his mouth, but he had the distinct impression that the mermen had understood him, because they suddenly stopped laughing.
  • Then Harry heard, quite distinctly, from Dumbledores other side, a familiar, growling voice saying, "Filth."
  • His head felt clearer; his scar wasn’t hurting so badly; he could now see Moodys face distinctly, even though the office was dark.
  • … The foggy shapes in the Foe-Glass were sharpening, had become more distinct.
  • Ron, Harry, and George kicked, rolled, and pushed the unconscious Malfoy, Crabbe, and Goyle — each of whom looked distinctly the worse for the jumble of jinxes with which they had been hit — out into the corridor, then came back into the compartment and rolled the door shut.
  • There’s one — the Cruciatus Curse," said Neville in a small but distinct voice.

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  • Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.
  • Two distinct brain networks guide our judgments.

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