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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • He kicked toward the surface and emerged, panting, to see enormous ripples emanating in circles from the places where Ron and Hermione had fallen.
  • A chilly breeze that seemed to emanate from the heart of the forest lifted the hair at Harry’s brow.
  • At the foot of the platform, a bight-silver, long-haired cat prowled up and down, up and down, and Harry realized that it was there to protect the prosecutors from the despair that emanated from the dementors: That was for the accused to feel, not the accusers.
  • Tears were sliding down from behind the half-moon spectacles into the long silver beard, and the pride and the gratitude emanating from him filled Harry with the same balm as phoenix song.

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  • The bulb emanates light.
  • Water emanates from this hole in the ground

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