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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • I mean, are we sure it’s still a Hor-crux?
  • Half an hour later, with the tent packed, Harry wearing the Hor-crux, and Hermione clutching the beaded bag, they Disapparated.
  • …knew where in Hogwarts he had stowed the Horcrux, because he alone had plumed the deepest secrets of that place… And there was still Nagini, who must remain close now, no longer sent to do his bidding, under his protection… But to be sure, to be utterly sure, he must return to each of his hiding places, he must redouble protection around each of his Hor-cruxes… A job, like the quest for the Elder Wand, that he must undertake alone… Which should he visit first, which was in most danger?

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