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"No idea," said Harry, which was not entirely true, though he had no proof yet that his hunch was correct. "Listen," he added, seized by a sudden brain wave, "let's go under the Invisibility Cloak, then we might get a good look at Malfoy on the way, see what he's up to."
"Yes, well," said Mrs. Weasley, frowning, "perhaps we should talk about something diff—"
THAT'S GRIPPING THE NATION!
He shut the gates in her face with a loud clang and tapped the chains with his wand again, so that they slithered, clinking, back into place.
He indicated the cauldron nearest the Slytherin table. Harry raised himself slighty in his seat and saw what looked like plain water boiling away inside it.
"Get under here, quick," said Harry, pulling his Invisibility Cloak out of his bag.
His voice tailed away as Slughorn gave him a cold smile and turned to McLaggen instead.
Hermione Granger, sir."
She turned to look at a large clock that was perched awkwardly on top of a pile of sheets in the washing basket at the end of the table. Harry recognized it at once: It had nine hands, each inscribed with the name of a family member, and usually hung on i he Weasleys' sitting room wall, though its current position suggested that Mrs. Weasley had taken to carrying it around the house with her. Every single one of its nine hands was now pointing at "mortal peril."
"Oh," said the girl, looking very surprised. "Oh. Okay."
"Don't be stupid," said Harry, "you don't need to try out, I watched you play for five years. . . ."
“I suppose you wanted to make an entrance, did you?" Snape