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tapestry
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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • "People have died, though!" said Hermione in a worried voice as they walked through a door concealed behind a tapestry and started up another, narrower staircase.
  • The golden egg fell through the tapestry at the bottom of the staircase, burst open, and began wailing loudly in the corridor below.

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  • He crept along the corridor below, pushed aside a tapestry about halfway along, and proceeded down a narrower staircase, a shortcut that would take him down two floors.
  • He ripped back the tapestry below, and Harry saw his horrible, pouchy face and bulging, pale eyes staring up the dark and (to Filch) deserted staircase.
  • Any moment now, Filch was going to pull aside the tapestry, expecting to see Peeves . and there would be no Peeves but if he came up the stairs, he would spot the Marauder’s Map . and Invisibility Cloak or not, the map would show "Harry Potter" standing exactly where he was.

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as in: the tapestry hangs in the museum Define
a heavy fabric with a woven picture or design -- often hung on a wall for display
as in: the tapestry of my life Define
something consisting of many interconnected, non-mechanical parts
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