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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • "Simply fabulous," he whispered, indicating the automatic ticket machines.
  • He indicated the tall black wizard, who bowed.
  • ’Have a biscuit,’ she repeated impatiently, indicating a tartan tin lying on top of one of the piles of papers on her desk.
  • She indicated the heap of twigs in front of her.
  • He looked at her enquiringly, but she merely shook her head slightly to indicate that she was not about to answer questions, and continued to stare at Professor Umbridge, who was looking just as resolutely in another direction.
  • Professor McGonagall marched into the room without giving the slightest indication that she knew Professor Umbridge was there.
  • She pointed at her mouth to indicate talking.
  • He indicated the smashed bowl on the floor.
  • You will write me an essay on the correct composition of this potion, indicating how and why you went wrong, to be handed in next lesson, do you understand?
  • ’Hey, Harry, what’s this stuff?’ asked Dean from the rear of the room, indicating the Sneakoscopes and the Foe-Glass.
  • Ron made a noise that might have indicated jubilation or disgust, it was hard to tell.
  • ’Is it in the Prophet, you being attacked?’ asked Fred, indicating the newspaper Mr Weasley had cast aside.
  • He indicated the old kettle lying innocently on his desk.
  • In the past decade, the indications have been that wizardkind is living through nothing more than a brief calm between two wars.
  • ’Look, she’s decorated it for Valentine’s Day!’ said Cho, indicating a number of golden cherubs that were hovering over each of the small, circular tables, occasionally throwing pink confetti over the occupants.
  • ’And that woman over there,’ he indicated the only other occupied bed, which was right beside the door, ’won’t tell the Healers what bit her, which makes us all think it must have been something she was handling illegally.

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  • These maps are drawn with north to the top unless otherwise indicated.
  • She did not indicate which candidate she supports.

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