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decoy
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Our only chance is to use decoys.
  • Crouching down beneath the Cloak, he placed the Decoy Detonator on the ground.
  • Harry took a look through it and saw that they were all still gathered around the Decoy Detonator.
  • The pamphlet-makers were still clustered around the remains of the Decoy Detonator, which continued to hoot feebly as it smoked.
  • "Robes," she said under her breath, acknowledging their presence with a nervous nod and continuing to poke around in her beaded bag, "Polyjuice Potion Invisibility Cloak Decoy Detonators You should each take a couple just in case Puking Pastilles, Nosebleed Norgat, Extendable Ears "
  • However, you must plant the idea of decoys; that, I think, ought to ensure Harry’s safety.
  • His mind grappled with possibilities as he crept down them: He still had a couple of Decoy Detonators, but perhaps it would be better to simply knock on the courtroom door, enter as Runcorn, and ask for a quick word with Mafalda?
  • "You will suggest to the Order of the Phoenix," Snape murmured, "that they use decoys.

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  • The ducks were attracted by our decoys.
  • Wooden tanks were used as decoys.

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