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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • ...did she imagine for a second that he did not regret his expulsion from the team a hundred times more than she did?
  • The first one was from the Ministry of Magic, expelling me,’ said Harry calmly.
  • Harry mastered the impulse to call after them… seeking a fight was not a smart move… he must not use magic… he would be risking expulsion again.
  • You’d get expelled from that freak school you go to.’
  • He was expelled from Hogwarts.
  • But if they do expel me,’ said Harry quietly, ’can I come back here and live with you?
  • He’d have to duel with the Ministry representatives, and if he did that, he’d be lucky to escape Azkaban, let alone expulsion.
  • When Harry did not respond, Uncle Vernon glared at him, then spat out, ’And why have you been expelled?’
  • The Ministry does not have the power to expel Hogwarts students, Cornelius, as I reminded you on the night of the second of August,’ said Dumbledore.
  • The seventy of this breach of the Decree for the Reasonable Restriction of Underage Sorcery has resulted in your expulsion from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
  • The miserable knot in his chest loosened slightly with the relief of Knowing he was not yet definitely expelled, though his fears were by no means banished.
  • What about those adventures he, Ron and Hermione had had together since starting at Hogwarts, often risking much worse than expulsion?
  • ’If it was Demenders who hurt Dudley, how come you’ve been expelled?
  • — CHAPTER THREE — The Advance Guard I’ve just been attacked by Dementors and I might be expelled from llogwarts.
  • What if he was expelled and his wand was snapped in half?
  • Fear jabbed at his insides like needles as he wondered what was going to happen to him if he was expelled.
  • If I’m not expelled from Hogwarts, I’ll put in ten Galleons, Harry found himself thinking desperately.
  • Trying to find out whether you’d been expelled or not.
  • ’And he probably felt a bit guilty himself, because I think a part of him was really hoping you’d be expelled.
  • He had been too anxious about the possibility of being expelled to spare a thought for the fact that badges must be winging their way towards certain people.
  • We think they’re biding their time until you’re expelled, then they’re really going to go to town — I mean, if you’re expelled, obviously,’ she went on hastily.
  • We think they’re biding their time until you’re expelled, then they’re really going to go to town — I mean, if you’re expelled, obviously,’ she went on hastily.
  • Following discussions with the Headmaster of Hogwarts School o/ Witchcraft and Wizardry, the Ministry has agreed that the question of your expulsion will also be decided at that time.
  • When we heard — and that Ministry hearing — it’s just outrageous, I’ve looked it all up, they can’t expel you, they just can’t, there’s provision in the Decree for the Reasonable Restriction of Underage Sorcery for the use of magic in life-threatening situations —’
  • She says you’ll be expelled for sure and your future will be ruined.
  • And if we do get expelled?
  • ’Well, better expelled and able to defend yourselves than sitting safely in school without a clue,’ said Sirius.
  • Yeah, I am, they turned up in Little Whingmg and attacked my cousin and me, and then the Ministry of Magic expelled me —’
  • BY ORDER OF THE HIGH INQUISITOR OF HOGWARTS Any student found in possession of the magazine The Quibbler will be expelled.
  • The walls were of panelled oak and there was a portrait of a rather vicious-looking wizard on the wall, captioned: Urquhart Rackharrow, 1612—1697, Inventor of the Entrail-expelling Curse.
  • Any student found to have formed, or to belong to, an organisa-tion, society, team, group or club that has not been approved by the High Inquisitor will be expelled.
  • You were expelled!
  • ’Well, well, well — I came here tonight expecting to expel Potter and instead —’
  • He thought of Ron — Mrs Weasley would kill him — and of how Hermione would feel if she was expelled before she could take her OWLs.
  • Never been expelled, have we?
  • She’d love a reason to expel you!’
  • He never knew I ordered Dementors to go after Potter last summer, but he was delighted to be given the chance to expel him, all the same.
  • … and if she does catch you there, apart from being expelled, she’ll be able to guess you’ve been talking to Snuffles and this time I expect she’ll force you to drink Veritaserum and answer her questions…’
  • He did not know what to say first: how sorry he was that he had started the DA in the first place and caused all this trouble, or how terrible he felt that Dumbledore was leaving to save him from expulsion?
  • But when Educational Decree Number Twenty-nine comes in, Potter, I’ll be allowed to do them things… and she’s asked the Minister to sign an order for the expulsion of Peeves… oh, things are going to be very different around here with her in charge Umbridge had obviously gone to some lengths to get Filch on her side, Harry thought, and the worst of it was that he would probably prove an important weapon; his knowledge of the school’s secret passageways and hiding places was probably…

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  • Her records shows expulsion from two schools.
  • If her behavior does not improve, she could face expulsion from school.

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