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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Nevertheless, he was smiling broadly at Harry, who tried to smile back despite his state of shock.
  • Nevertheless, he could not help watching the silhouettes of the horses moving beyond the window.
  • Nevertheless, the golden thread with which it was embroidered still glinted brightly enough to show them a sprawling family tree dating back (as far as Harry could tell) to the Middle Ages.
  • It seemed that Kreacher did not dare disobey a direct order; nevertheless, the look he gave Sirius as he shuffled out past him was full of deepest loathing and he muttered all the way out of the room.
  • Nevertheless, it was quite galling to be told not to be rash by a man who had served twelve years in the wizard prison, Azkaban, escaped, attempted to commit the murder he had been convicted for in the first place, then gone on the run with a stolen Hippogriff.
  • She was ignoring the Slytherins, who had now set up a chant of ’Gryffindor are losers, Gryffindor are losers,’ but there was a certain rigidity about her seat on the broom nevertheless.
  • He spoke quite calmly; after all, he had seen Sirius’s head in this very fire the previous year and talked to it, too; nevertheless, he could not be sure that he had really seen it this time… it had vanished so quickly… ’Sirius’s head?’
  • Nevertheless,’ said Magorian calmly, ’the slaughter of foals is a terrible crime — we do not touch the innocent.
  • Harry was no longer struggling against Lupin, who maintained a precautionary grip on his arm nevertheless.
  • Nevertheless, you should never have believed for an instant that there was any necessity for you to go to the Department of Mysteries tonight.
  • ’Now, you wanted to take ten from Mr Potter, I think, Professor Snape — so there we are…’ A few rubies retreated into the upper bulb, leaving a respectable amount below nevertheless.
  • The curse Dolohov had used on her, though less effective than it would have been had he been able to say the incantation aloud, had nevertheless caused, in Madam Pomfrey’s words, ’quite enough damage to be going on with’.

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  • The class was hard. Nevertheless, it was my favorite.
  • She loves him. Nevertheless, she is determined to stop seeing him unless he stops drinking.

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