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"So. . . do any of you know which curses are most heavily punished by wizarding law?"
He pressed his badge into his chest, and the message upon it vanished, to be replaced by another one, which glowed green:
"I didn't put my name in," Harry said blankly. "You know I didn't."
Snape looked coldly at Hermione, then said, "I see no difference.".
She shot a very angry look at Professor Snape.
What seemed to be a long, black pole began to rise slowly out of the heart of the whirlpool. . . and then Harry saw the rigging....
Harry read it aloud:
"How big d'you reckon Durmstrang's horses are going to be?" Seamus Finnigan said, leaning around Lavender and Parvati to address Harry and Ron.
"Well, the goblet is almost ready to make its decision," said Dumbledore. "I estimate that it requires one more minute. Now, when the champions' names are called, I would ask them please to come up to the top of the Hall, walk along the staff table, and go through into the next chamber" - he indicated the door behind the staff table - "where they will be receiving their first instructions."
She nipped his finger, perhaps rather harder than she would ordinarily have done, but hooted softly in a reassuring sort of way all the same. Then she spread her wings and took off into the sunrise. Harry watched her fly out of sight with the familiar feeling of unease back in his stomach. He had been so sure that Sirius's reply would alleviate his worries rather than increasing them.
As she stepped into the light flooding from the entrance hall, she was revealed to have a handsome, olive-skinned face; large, black, liquid-looking eyes; and a rather beaky nose.
"Thrivin'," Hagrid called back happily.
Tears fill those startlingly green eyes as our conversation turns to the parents he can barely remember.
He held up the book: Magical Water Plants of the Mediterranean.