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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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resumption
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • She shook her head almost imperceptibly, then resumed her own deadpan stare at the opposite wall.
  • As he crossed the yard, the great skeletal thestral looked up — rustled its enormous batlike wings, then resumed its grazing.
  • "Now, if Kendra hadn’t died first," Muriel resumed, "I’d have said that it was she who finished off Ariana — " "How can you, Muriel!" groaned Doge.
  • He was sure that Ron and Hermione had resumed their silent communications on the other side of the Prophet.
  • "Snape could send Phineas Nigellus to look inside this house for him," Hermione explained to Ron as she resumed her seat.
  • "Not at Hogwarts," said Harry, resuming his pacing.
  • , and he resumed packing with a hard knot in the pit of his stomach.
  • The commuters stared curiously at the owls as the family wove its way toward the barrier between platforms nine and ten, Albus’s voice drifted back to Harry over the surrounding clamor; his sons had resumed the argument they had started in the car.
  • "According to you," Vernon Dursley said, now resuming his pacing up and down the living room, "we — Petunia, Dudley, and I — are in danger.
  • Then Uncle Vernon walked on and Harry resumed, "You’ve got to go into hiding and the Order wants to help.
  • That’s a good idea," said Ron, rolling his eyes, and he resumed his examination of the curtains.

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  • We hope for a resumption of negotiations.
  • The United Nations vote permits a resumption of trade with the country.

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