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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • In the very centre of the group Harry saw the dark, greasy-haired head and prominent nose of his least favourite teacher at Hogwarts, Professor Snape.
  • Her prominent eyes swam with tears as she gasped for breath, staring at Ron.
  • When she saw Harry, her prominent eyes seemed to bulge excitedly and she made a beeline straight for him.
  • Then she turned her face slightly to take a sip from her goblet and he saw, with a shock of recognition, a pallid, toadlike face and a pair of prominent, pouchy eyes.
  • The terrified-looking boy Harry had noticed earlier stumbled forwards and put the Hat on his head; it was only prevented from falling right down to his shoulders by his very prominent ears.
  • A lantern came swinging towards Harry and by its light he saw the prominent chin and severe haircut of Professor Grubbly-Plank, the witch who had taken over Hagrid’s Care of Magical Creatures lessons for a while the previous year.
  • * The fact that Hagrid was now on probation became common knowledge within the school over the next few days, but to Harry’s indignation, hardly anybody appeared to be upset about it; indeed, some people, Draco Malfoy prominent among them, seemed positively gleeful.
  • And then, beneath a nice big photograph of you, "Disturbed teenage survivor of You-Know-Who’s attack, Harry Potter, 15, caused outrage yesterday by accusing respectable and prominent members oj the wizarding community oj being Death Eaters " ’ The Quick-Quotes Quill was actually in her hand and halfway to her mouth when the rapturous expression on her face died.
  • Prominent among the onlookers were members of the Inquisitorial Squad, who were all looking exceptionally pleased with themselves, and Peeves, who was bobbing overhead, gazed down at Fred and George who stood in the middle of the floor with the unmistakeable look of two people who had just been cornered.

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  • She is a prominent member of our community.
  • The committee has many prominent members, so its findings will be respected.

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