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mane
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Harry Potter (#6) and the Half-Blood Prince
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  • This one bore die headline: SCRIMGEOUR SUCCEEDS FUDGE Most of this front page was taken up with a large black-and-white picture of a man with a lionlike mane of thick hair and a rather ravaged face.
  • There were streaks of gray in his mane of tawny hair and his bushy eyebrows; he had keen yellowish eyes behind a pair of wire-rimmed spectacles and a certain rangy, loping grace even though he walked with a slight limp.
  • With a sinking feeling, he thought he saw a mane of bushy brown hair whip-ping out of sight.
  • He pulled Luna after him into the crowd; he had indeed just seen a long mane of brown hair disappear between what looked like two members of the Weird Sisters.
  • And sure enough, the man Harry had seen in the Daily Prophet was following along in Percy’s wake, limping slightly, his mane of graying hair and his black cloak flecked with snow.
  • "Because ’e will!" said Fleur, drawing herself up to her full height and throwing back her long mane of silver hair.

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  • It was a healthy male lion with a golden mane.
  • She brushed the horse’s mane and tail.

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