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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Then, quite distinctly, he heard a crash in the kitchen below.
  • The girl gave off an aura of distinct dottiness.
  • Harry had the distinct impression that he was not alone in concealing things at the moment.
  • Harry distinctly heard the gentle clinking of what sounded like a full pocket of gold.
  • Harry distinctly heard the gentle clinking of what sounded like a full pocket of gold.
  • I’ve never seen an infestation this bad — what that house-elf’s been doing for the last ten years —’ Hermione’s face was half concealed by a tea towel but Harry distinctly saw her throw a reproachful look at Mrs Weasley.
  • On the contrary, he was looking at Harry with distinct pride.
  • For all that Hermione had said about study and homework groups being allowed, he had the distinct feeling that this one might be considered a lot more rebellious.
  • Professor McGonagall’s dark eyebrows had contracted so that she looked positively hawklike, and Harry distinctly saw her exchange a significant glance with Professor Sprout as Umbridge gave another little ’hem, hem’ and went on with her speech.
  • Harry, who had just sighted the Snitch circling the opposite goalpost, pulled up feeling distinctly aggrieved.
  • Professor Umbridge’s eyebrows rose a little higher and her gaze became distinctly colder.
  • Harry distinctly heard a large woman laden with plastic shopping bags say to her friend as they passed, ’It’s never open, that place…’
  • He wanted to continue talking to Ron, but Mrs Weasley was now creaking back downstairs again, and once she had gone he distinctly heard others making their way upstairs… in fact, many-legged creatures were cantering softly up and down outside the bedroom door, and Hagrid the Care of Magical Creatures teacher was saying, ’Beauties, arm they, eh, Harry?
  • The door opened and he distinctly saw six sharply defined figures walk over the threshold.
  • He fell asleep contemplating hideous revenges and arose from bed three hours later feeling distinctly unrested.
  • Harry had the distinct impression that Sirius was the only one for whom James would have stopped showing off.
  • Out of the corner of his eye, Harry distinctly saw Malfoy throw a scathing look over at him; the wine-glass Malfoy had been levitating fell to the floor and smashed.
  • He beckoned to Harry and led him out of Kingsley’s cubicle, through a second set of oak doors, into another passage, turned left, marched along another corridor, turned right into a dimly lit and distinctly shabby corridor, and finally reached a dead end, where a door on the left stood ajar, revealing a broom cupboard, and a door on the right bore a tarnished brass plaque reading: Misuse of Muggle Artefacts.
  • For a few seconds Voldemort was visible only as a dark, rippling, faceless figure, shimmering and indistinct upon the plinth, clearly struggling to throw off the suffocating mass Then he was gone and the water fell with a crash back into its pool, slopping wildly over the sides, drenching the polished floor.

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  • Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.
  • Two distinct brain networks guide our judgments.

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