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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Sirius had come back; he was glowering at the elf from the doorway.
  • Yeah, well,’ said Harry, glowering at his plate, ’since when has Snape ever been fair to me?
  • That Zacharias bloke’s a wart,’ said Ron, who was glowering after the figure of Smith, just discernible in the distance.
  • Fred and George sloped off to bed some time later, glowering at everyone they passed, and Ginny went not long after that.
  • ’Umbridge looks like she’s in a really bad mood already…’ Every now and then Umbridge shot glowering looks at Harry, who kept his head down, staring at Defensive Magical Theory, his eyes unfocused, thinking… He could just imagine Professor McGonagall’s reaction if he was caught trespassing in Professor Umbridge’s office mere hours after she had vouched for him… there was nothing to stop him simply going back to Gryffindor Tower and hoping that some time during the next summer holidays…

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  • Shake hands and stop glowering at each other.
  • She glowered at the ref, but held her tongue.

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