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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • He gazed around at the apparently empty darkness and felt its menace.
  • "So it seems," replied Lupin, "but apparently they did not realize that there would be seven Harrys."
  • It won’t matter that he can’t say anything, either, because apparently you can’t once the fungus has spread to your uvula.
  • Apparently the pain of it can destroy you.
  • Well, I don’t know what they are, but apparently he and his daughter go on holiday looking for them….
  • He looked back at the photograph of the apparently happy family.
  • Apparently the man who Harry was impersonating, Runcorn, was intimidating.
  • A surprise, apparently!
  • His red eyes fas-tened upon Snape’s black ones with such intensity that some of the watchers looked away, apparently fearful that they themselves would be scorched by the ferocity of the gaze.
  • Albus Dumbledore was never proud or vain; he could find something to value in anyone, however apparently insignificant or wretched, and I believe that his early losses endowed him with great humanity and sympathy.
  • "Well, you see, believers seek the Deathly Hallows," said Xenophilius, smacking his lips in apparent appreciation of the Gurdyroot infusion.
  • She and a couple of friends got into Snape’s office and smashed open the glass case where he was apparently keeping the sword.
  • Perplexed, Harry looked to Hermione for help, but she shook her head, apparently as nonplussed as he was.
  • Apparently she had not been listening to him.
  • Apparently Ron had hoped that this point would come up later, if at all.
  • Apparently the Peverells were one of the earliest families to vanish.
  • For a split second Wormtail gazed into the apparently empty cellar, ablaze with light from the three miniature suns floating in midair.
  • Looking around, Harry saw that they and Hermione were lying on a forest floor, apparently alone.
  • Harry repeated, but Hermione shot him a warning look; apparently he was not to argue with Ron while the latter was in such a weakened condition.
  • "I wanted somewhere enclosed, undercover, and this was — " "— the first place you thought of," Harry finished for her, glancing around at the apparently deserted glade.
  • Apparently Voldemort was dwelling endlessly on the unknown youth with the gleeful face, whose name and whereabouts, Harry felt sure, Voldemort knew no better than he did.
  • Up in the attic room, Ron examined his Deluminator, and Harry filled Hagrid’s moleskin purse, not with gold, but with those items he most prized, apparently worthless though some of them were the Marauder’s Map, the shard of Sirius’s enchanted mirror, and R.A.B.’s locket.
  • "Apparently he didn’t want it back, his lumbago’s so bad," said Hermione, now performing complicated figure-of-eight movements with her wand. so Ron’s dad said I could borrow it.
  • As their eyes grew accustomed to the lack of light, they were drawn upward to the strangest feature of the scene: an apparently unconscious human figure hanging upside down over the table, revolving slowly as if suspended by an invisible rope, and reflected in the mirror and in the bare, polished surface of the table below.
  • Remus and Tonks, pale and still and peaceful-looking, apparently asleep beneath the dark, enchanted ceiling.
  • He picked up a fistful of leaves and began tearing them apart, apparently unaware of what he was doing.
  • It was nighttime, and Dumbledore sagged sideways in the thronelike chair behind the desk, apparently semiconscious.
  • Apparently they could not see anything.
  • Any moment, the people for whom he had tried to die would see him, lying apparently dead, in Hagrid’s arms.
  • An object that had been lost this long, and apparently without trace, did not seem like a good candidate for the Horcrux hidden in the castle … Before he could formulate a new question, however, Cho spoke again.
  • Harry, Ron, and Hermione ran forward to help: Jets of light flew in every direction and the man dueling Percy backed off, fast: Then his hood slipped and they saw a high forehead and streaked hair — "Hello, Minister!" bellowed Percy, sending a neat jinx straight at Thicknesse, who dropped his wand and clawed at the front of his robes, apparently in awful discomfort.
  • After several moments of apparently painful internal struggle he said, "But where’s he going to go?
  • And apparently she’s getting pretty big too…"
  • He says there must be wizards working undercover in the postal service who take care of — " "Apparently wizards poke their noses in everywhere!" said Petu-nia, now as pale as she had been flushed.

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  • The effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the dry fields.
  • The committee investigated some apparent discrepancies.

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