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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • "Hide," said Harry as he pointed his wand at Bogrod, who whistled to summon a little cart that came trundling along the tracks toward them out of the darkness.
  • I just did a Summoning Charm.
  • She could have summoned it by magic, but as she hurried back toward the crooked house, Harry knew that she wanted to hide her face.
  • "Like Voldemort put on the stone basin in the cave," said Harry, remembering how he had been unable to Summon the fake locket.
  • And yet she was never taken to St. Mungo’s and no Healer was ever summoned to see her!
  • Charms to prevent it from being summoned magically, you know.
  • Harry had taken a large dose of Polyjuice Potion and was now the double of a redheaded Muggle boy from the local village, Ottery St. Catchpole, from whom Fred had stolen hairs using a Summoning Charm.
  • Harry explained how the Death Eaters pursuing them had seemed to recognize him as the true Harry, how they had abandoned the chase, how they must have summoned Voldemort, who had appeared just before he and Hagrid had reached the sanctuary of Tonks’s parents.
  • He did not bother to grope inside it this time, but used another Summoning Charm.
  • I shall summon him, Bella.
  • Harry could think of many reasons not to obey the summons, and yet his suspicions about her identity were growing stronger every moment that they stood facing each other in the deserted street.
  • Sick images swarmed into Harry’s head and he tried to push these away too, for there was nothing he could do for Kreacher: He and Hermione had already decided against trying to summon him; what if someone from the Ministry came too?
  • His true surroundings vanished: He was Voldemort, and the skeletal wizard before him was laughing toothlessly at him; he was enraged at the summons he felt — he had warned them, he had told them to summon him for nothing less than Potter.
  • His true surroundings vanished: He was Voldemort, and the skeletal wizard before him was laughing toothlessly at him; he was enraged at the summons he felt — he had warned them, he had told them to summon him for nothing less than Potter.
  • The Summoning Charm had not worked on it.
  • Harry recognized his voice now: Travers was one of the Death Eaters who had been summoned to Xenophilius’s house.
  • But I hope for your sakes you haven’t pressed your little Dark Marks, and summoned him.
  • "If you had only summoned me a little earlier, I might have been able to do more, buy you more time!" said Snape furiously.
  • She dragged back her left sleeve: Harry saw the Dark Mark burned into the flesh of her arm, and knew that she was about to touch it, to summon her beloved master"I was about to call him!" said Lucius, and his hand actually closed upon Bellatrix’s wrist, preventing her from touching the Mark.
  • Will you summon ’im? ere?" said Scabior, sounding awed, ter-rified.
  • You can Summon it if you know where it is, you can transform it, you can increase the quantity if you’ve already got some — " "Well, don’t bother increasing this, it’s disgusting," said Ron.
  • "Completely sure that it is Potter, before we summon the Dark Lord… They say this is his" — she was looking closely at the blackthorn wand — "but it does not resemble Ollivander’s description….

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  • I was summoned to the principal’s office.
  • I summoned all my courage and walked into the room.

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