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bronze
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • The two men halted at a heavy wooden door leading into the next room, hesitated for the space of a heartbeat, then Snape turned the bronze handle.
  • All too soon they arrived at the foot of the marble steps leading up to the great bronze doors.
  • Unnoticed by Travers, who was looking through the bronze doors at the inner hall, each of the guards gave a little start as the spells hit them.
  • Harry saw the gold Gryffindor lion, emblazoned on scarlet; the black badger of Hufflepuff, set against yellow; and the bronze eagle of Ravenclaw, on blue.
  • There was no handle and no keyhole: nothing but a plain expanse of aged wood, and a bronze knocker in the shape an eagle.
  • Graceful arched windows punctuated the walls, which were hung with blue-and-bronze silks.

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  • She received the bronze medal at the Olympics.
  • The sculpture of a bull made on Wall Street is made of bronze.

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