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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • ’ better hurry up, Mum’s going ballistic, she says we’re going to miss the tram There was a lot of commotion in the house.
  • Harry could hear a muffled commotion coming from what he thought might be the Entrance Hall.
  • The commotion out in the grounds had woken several people, who had hastened to rouse their friends.
  • ’Goyle’s mum’ll be really pleased, though,’ said Ron, who had come to investigate the source of the commotion.
  • There was a commotion outside and several large Slytherins entered, each gripping Ron, Ginny, Luna and — to Harry’s bewilderment — Neville, who was trapped in a stranglehold by Crabbe and looked in imminent danger of suffocation.

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  • looked up to see what caused the commotion
  • Her entrance created quite a commotion.

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