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"You didn't seem quite so confident when you were telling Harry it was a sheep," said Hermione coolly.
He untied one of the chains, pulled the gray hippogriff away from its fellows, and slipped off its leather collar. The class on the other side of the paddock seemed to be holding its breath. Malfoy's eyes were narrowed maliciously.
He gave another bow and left.
"I -- I thought they were funny," Hagrid said uncertainly to Hermione.
There was a loud hissing and a yelp of pain; Neville had tried to sit on Crookshanks.
Mr. Weasley strolled toward the barrier between platforms nine and ten, pushing Harry's trolley and apparently very interested in the InterCity 125 that had just arrived at platform nine. With a meaningful look at Harry, he leaned casually against the barrier. Harry imitated him.
But Harry wasn't listening. His eyes had fallen on another book, which was among a display on a small table: Death Omens.- What to Do When You Know the Worst Is Coming.
"Don't be ridiculous, Ron," said Mr. Weasley, who on closer inspection looked very strained. "Black's not going to be caught by a thirteen-year-old wizard. It's the Azkaban guards who'll get him back, You mark my words."
"It's all right, Crookshanks," Hermione cooed through the wickerwork. "I'll let you out on the train."
I hope you're well?" said Percy pompously, shaking hands. It was rather like being introduced to the mayor.
"Professor R. J. Lupin," whispered Hermione at once.
"Dumbledore isn't fond of the Azkaban guards," said Mr. Weasley heavily. "Nor am 1, if it comes to that... but when you're dealing with a wizard like Black, you sometimes have to join forces with those you'd rather avoid."
end of the field; two Beaters, who were equipped with heavy bats to repel the Bludgers (two heavy black balls that zoomed around trying to attack the players); a Keeper, who defended the goal
Lavender, looking relieved, stood up, took an enormous teapot from the shelf, and put it down on the table in front of Professor Trelawney.
Fudge was looking uncomfortable.