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interrogate
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interrogate
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • You’re on the list of Muggle-borns who didn’t present themselves for interrogation!
  • They found the ghoul, but didn’t want to get too close — and then they interrogated those of us who remained for hours.
  • That’s to make it more difficult for Voldemort to track them down and interrogate them about me — or you, because unfortunately, I’ve told them quite a bit about you.
  • Then the young witch beside him confirmed his suspicion as she said, still waving and twirling her wand, "Will the old hag be interrogating Mudbloods all day, does anyone know?"
  • It was not the same room in which he had once been interrogated for improper use of magic.
  • "No," said Ron, "no, of course — " "You realize that I am on my way downstairs to interrogate your wife, Cattermole?

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  • The CIA’s controversial interrogation program lasted from 2002 to 2007.
  • It felt more like an interrogation than an interview.

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