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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • There will be no need for you to accompany us, Arthur.
  • With a younger brother and sister to care for, and little gold left to them, there could no longer be any question of Albus accompanying me.
  • If Dudley was frightened enough to accept the Order’s help, his parents would accompany him.
  • Hermione was quickest; she snatched up the newspaper and began to read the accompanying story out loud.
  • Harry glanced at Ginny and motioned to her to accompany him back outside.
  • But there was no time to discuss the matter; a second later, Mr. Weasley had appeared out of thin air at the gate, accompanied by Rufus Scrimgeour, instantly recognizable by his mane of grizzled hair.
  • When finally he was able to totter a few steps they all accompanied him to his cupboard, watched him tuck up the locket safely in his dirty blankets, and assured him that they would make its protection their first priority while he was away.
  • Some were accompanied by families, others sat alone.
  • Bellatrix Lestrange was striding across the lawn toward them, accompanied by Griphook.
  • He was staggered now to think of his own presumption in accepting his friends’ offers to accompany him on this meandering, pointless journey. he knew nothing, he had no ideas, and he was constantly, painfully on the alert for any indications that Hermione too was about to tell him that she had had enough.
  • I understand," murmured Mundungus, his eyes unfocused… Now Harry was flying alongside Snape on a broomstick through a clear dark night: He was accompanied by other hodded Death Eaters, and ahead were Lupin and a Harry who was really George… A Death Eater moved ahead of Snape and raised his wand, pointing it directly at Lupin’s back.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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