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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • "Severus, here," said Voldemort, indicating the seat on his im-mediate right.
  • Harry sat down, took the square parcel she had indicated, and unwrapped it.
  • His pugnacious tone indicated that they were not about to laugh at Xenophilius, despite the clear provocation.
  • "Draco, move this scum outside," said Bellatrix, indicating the unconscious men.
  • A short way ahead of them, a glow of golden street-lights indicated the center of the village.
  • Harry was already hurrying to the place that Ron had indicated.
  • He indicated the objects like ear trumpets.
  • He peered at the place she indicated: The stone was so worn that it was hard to make out what was engraved there, though there did seem to be a triangular mark beneath the nearly illegible name.
  • Meanwhile Remus" — he indicated Lupin — "Arthur" — he pointed toward Mr. Weasley, sitting at the Gryffindor table — "and I will take groups into the grounds.
  • 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.
  • The pain in his forehead pierced him, and the weight of the goblin bore down upon him; he could feel the blade of Gryffindor’s sword bumping against his back: Dobby’s hand jerked in his; he wondered whether the elf was trying to take charge, to pull them in the right direction, and tried, by squeezing the fingers, to indicate that that was fine with themů.
  • He had made his choice while he dug Dobby’s grave, he had decided to continue along the winding, dangerous path indicated for him by Albus Dumbledore, to accept that he had not been told everything that he wanted to know, but simply to trust.
  • "Those whose clothes are a bit roomy, I’ve got smaller here," said Moody, indicating the first sack, "and vice versa.
  • I got this one," he indicated another slash to his face, "for asking her how much Muggle blood she and her brother have got."
  • Given what has happened tonight," he indicated his withered hand, "we can be sure that it will happen within a year."
  • We’ll need somebody to organize defense of the entrances or the passageways into the school — " "Sounds like a job for us." called Fred, indicating himself and George, and Kingsley nodded his approval.

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  • These maps are drawn with north to the top unless otherwise indicated.
  • She did not indicate which candidate she supports.

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