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His expression was calm, almost detached.
How could He looked up at Grawp, who was now pulling back the pine with an expression of detached pleasure on his boulderish face; the roots were creaking as he ripped them away from the ground.
Funny’ he said, ’you’d think I’d have stopped walking around…’ Malloy looked angrier than Harry had ever seen him; he felt a kind of detached satisfaction at the sight of his pale, pointed face contorted with rage.
He could as easily detach his legs¡ ’You’re not doing it, Potter¡ you will need more discipline than this¡ focus, now¡" Harry tried to empty his mind, tried not to think, or remember, or feel¡ ’Let’s go again¡ on the count of three¡ one — two — three —Legilimens!
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She spoke in a cold, detached manner as though she didn’t care about him any more.
These days, she seems emotionally detached whenever she talks about him.