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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • It was only now, therefore, that he saw what he had missed.
  • Mr. Weasley had therefore gone to meet the Delacours on top of a nearby hill, where they were to arrive by Portkey.
  • Where no proven Wizarding ancestry exists, therefore, the so-called Muggle-born is likely to have obtained magical power by theft or force.
  • He therefore withdrew from an inner pocket an odd object with little waving legs and a rubber-bulbed horn for a body.
  • He therefore hurried behind her desk and began pulling open all the drawers.
  • It seems clear, therefore, that Kendra made a decision to hide her daughter’s exis-tence rather than suffer the shame of admitting that she had produced a Squib.
  • She therefore decided to uproot the family and relocate to Godric’s Hollow, the village that was later to gain fame as the scene of Harry Potter’s strange escape from You-Know-Who.
  • He therefore set off along the corridor again, passing nobody but a frowning wizard who was murmuring instructions to a quill that floated in front of him, scribbling on a trail of parchment.
  • Hermione therefore removed the enchantments she had placed around the clearing, while Harry and Ron obliterated all the marks and impressions on the ground that might show they had camped there.
  • Chapter Twenty Xenophilius Lovegood Harry had not expected Hermione’s anger to abate over night and was therefore unsurprised that she communicated mainly by dirty looks and pointed silences the next morning.
  • Therefore he had a sense of touch, and the thing against which he lay existed too.
  • It was therefore a full week later — once they had surreptitiously obtained hairs from innocent Muggles who were Christmas shopping, and had practiced Apparating and Disapparating while underneath the Invisibility Cloak together — that Hermione agreed to make the journey.
  • Potter has been brought to my house, and it is therefore upon my authority — " "Your authority!" she sneered, attempting to wrench her hand from his grasp.
  • I must ask you, therefore, to move quickly and calmly, and do as your prefects — " But her final words were drowned as a different voice echoed throughout the Hall.

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  • Kim is taller than Ashley. Ashley is taller than Anna. Therefore, Kim is taller than Anna.
  • It has not been approved for use in this country. Therefore, you cannot buy it here.

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