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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • " ’C-constant vigilance,’ " said Hermione, mopping her eyes.
  • "So where next?" was his constant refrain.
  • Snape seemed to be facing a constant, low level of mutiny from a hard core of students.
  • She seemed to have forgotten that she could do magic, too, for she lit the candles clumsily by hand, her trailing lace cuff in constant danger of catching fire.
  • Wherever Harry went inside the tiny cottage or its garden, he could hear the constant ebb and flow of the sea, like the breathing of some great, slumbering creature.
  • We are talking about a cloak that really and truly renders the wearer completely invisible, and endures eternally, giving constant and impenetrable concealment, no matter what spells are cast at it.
  • He glanced around constantly, imagining that he could feel his seat prickling.
  • Do not think that I underestimate the constant danger in which you place yourself, Severus.
  • 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 Cloak was exactly what Xenophilius had described: A cloak that really and truly renders the wearer completely invisible, and endures eternally, giving constant and impenetrable concealment, no matter what spells are cast at itů And then, with a gasp, he remembered — "Dumbledore had my Cloak the night my parents died!"
  • You never know," was Ron’s constant refrain.

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  • The history of computers is a history of constant technological advancement.
  • She is in constant pain.

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