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inadvertent
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Was she the inadvertent victim of some Dark rite?
  • The moment she had insulted James Potter, his whole body had relaxed, and as they walked away there was a new spring in Snape’s step… And the scene dissolved… Harry watched again as Snape left the Great Hall after sitting his O.W.L. in Defense Against the Dark Arts, watched as he wandered away from the castle and strayed inadvertently close to the place beneath the beech tree where James, Sirius, Lupin, and Pettigrew sat together.

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  • I must have inadvertently insulted her.
  • The destruction was inadvertent, but it was still a crime.

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