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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • They could just see the tip of her nose because it caused the veil to protrude slightly.
  • Harry moved across to the door and turned the key protruding from the lock; it clicked in a satisfyingly loud way and everybody fell silent, looking at him.
  • Looking down, he saw the Snitch’s silver wings protruding from between his fingers, struggling for release.
  • ’Firenze said they’re angry because he went to work for Dumbledore,’ Harry said, tripping on a protruding root because he was busy watching Hagrid’s profile.
  • Beneath the branch of blue-glowing candles protruding from it glimmered the silver figure fifty-three.

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