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The horses galloped into the middle of the dance floor and halted, rearing and plunging. At the front of the pack was a large ghost who held his bearded head under his arm, from which position he was blowing the horn.
ator; they shot straight into the low, woolly clouds and everything turned dull and foggy.
When the door had closed behind her, Ron let out a long, low whistle.
In the small vegetable patch behind Hagrid's house were a dozen of the largest pumpkins Harry had ever seen. Each was the size of a large boulder.
The pixies were electric blue and about eight inches high, with pointed faces and voices so shrill it was like listening to a lot of budgies arguing. The moment the cover had been removed, they
She pointed to a row of deep trays as she spoke, and everyone shuffled forward for a better look. A hundred or so tufty little plants, purplish green in color, were growing there in rows. They looked quite unremarkable to Harry, who didn't have the slightest idea what Hermione meant by the "cry" of the Mandrake.
Nearly Headless Nick now drifted toward them through the crowd.
"Thank you, Gilderoy," said Dumbledore.
He fell, face forward, onto cold stone and felt the bridge of his glasses snap.
just to check how well you've read them, how much you've taken in -"
Harry pushed his porridge away. His insides were burning with guilt. Mr. Weasley was facing an inquiry at work. After all Mr. and Mrs. Weasley had done for him over the summer ...
"Just saying - saying - how nice you look tonight," said Hermione, glaring at Peeves.
"Come back!" Ron yelled after it, brandishing his broken wand. "Dad'll kill me!"
And they shot up through the clouds. A minute later, they burst out into a blaze of sunlight.
They managed to get to the other side of the common room, still having their backs slapped, and gained the peace of the staircase. They hurried up it, right to the top, and at last reached the door of their old dormitory, which now had a sign on it saying SECOND YEARS. They entered the familiar, circular room, with its five four-posters hung with red velvet and its high, narrow windows. Their trunks had been brought up for them and stood at the ends of their beds.;