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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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interrogate
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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Every time Harry heard her approaching he tried to question her about the Howler, but he might as well have interrogated the doorknob for all the answers he got.
  • ’Overall,’ said Professor Umbridge, returning to Professor Grubbly-Plank’s side after a lengthy interrogation of Dean Thomas, ’how do you, as a temporary member of staff— an objective outsider, I suppose you might say — how do you find Hogwarts?
  • Ernie Macmillan had developed an irritating habit of interrogating people about their revision practices.
  • ’You took my last bottle to interrogate Potter,’ he said, surveying her coolly through his greasy curtains of black hair.
  • Ernie Macmillan had developed an irritating habit of interrogating people about their revision practices.
  • Terror of being interrogated made Harry stride across the room and seize the doorknob.
  • His cold, dark eyes were boring into Harry’s, who met his gaze unflinchingly, concentrating hard on what he had seen in his dream, willing Snape to read it in his mind, to understand… ’I wish to interrogate him!’ repeated Umbridge angrily, and Snape looked away from Harry back into her furiously quivering face.

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  • The CIA’s controversial interrogation program lasted from 2002 to 2007.
  • It felt more like an interrogation than an interview.

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