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resurrection -- as in: resurrection of a dream
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • The Resurrection Stone slipped from between his numb fingers, and out of the corner of his eyes he saw his parents, Sirius, and Lupin vanish as he stepped forward into the firelight.
  • "The Resurrection Stone," he said, and added a circle on top of the line.
  • The thing you call the Resurrection Stone?
  • "All right, even if you want to kid yourself the Elder Wand’s real, what about the Resurrection Stone?"
  • What if it was the Resurrection Stone?
  • There’s no such thing as a Resurrection Stone!
  • Dumbledore had left the sign of the Hallows for Hermione to decipher, and he had also, Harry remained convinced of it, left the Resurrection Stone hidden in the golden Snitch.
  • He was turning the Snitch over and over in his hands, half expecting it to break open, to reveal the Resurrection Stone, to prove to Hermione that he was right, that the Deathly Hallows were real.
  • I do not think so, because he did not recognize the Resurrection Stone he turned into a Horcrux.
  • The Resurrection Stone had cracked down the vertical line representing the Elder Wand.
  • The Resurrection Stone — to him, though I pretended not to know it, it meant an army of Inferi!
  • After another short pause Harry said, "You tried to use the resurrection Stone."
  • The truth was that she was scared of the idea of the Deathly Hallows, especially of the Resurrection Stone…and Harry pressed his mouth again to the Snitch, kissing it, nearly swallowing it, but the cold medal did not yield… It was nearly dawn when he remembered Luna, alone in a cell in Azkaban, surrounded by dementors, and he suddenly felt ashamed of himself.

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  • Many fans had given up on the team, but its resurrection began last fall when...

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