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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • I’ve never seen an infestation this bad — what that house-elf’s been doing for the last ten years —’ Hermione’s face was half concealed by a tea towel but Harry distinctly saw her throw a reproachful look at Mrs Weasley.
  • Nobody raised objections after Ernie, though Harry saw Cho’s friend give her a rather reproachful look before adding her own name.
  • Fred, George and Ron laughed; Hermione, however, looked reproachful.
  • Neither of them are brilliant, but compared to the rest of the idiots who turned upů’ The arrival of Ron, Hermione and Neville brought this depressing discussion to an end, and within five minutes the room was full enough to prevent Harry seeing Angelina’s burning, reproachful looks.
  • The second that the old man’s heels disappeared over the threshold into the Great Hall, Harry ran up the marble staircase, hurtled along the corridors so fast the portraits he passed muttered reproaches, up more flights of stairs, and finally burst like a hurricane through the double doors of the hospital wing, causing Madam Pomfrey — who had been spooning some bright blue liquid into Montague’s open mouth — to shriek in alarm.

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  • She reproached him for being thoughtless and lazy.
  • Don’t reproach yourself for things beyond your control.

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