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"Well, well, well," he whispered, "we are in trouble."
"Harry, where have you been?" Hermione squeaked.
Professor McGonagall pointed them into a classroom that was empty except for Peeves, who was busy writing rude words on the blackboard.
You've got to keep eye contact, and Snape wasn't blinking at all, I saw him!"
Flint seized the Quaffle and scored five times without anyone noticing.
"Crabbe," he said. "Midnight all right? We'll meet you in the trophy room; that's always unlocked."
Hagrid bit his lip.
Seeker. That's you. And you don't have to worry about the Quaffle or the Bludgers unless they crack my head open."
"Not arguing, I hope, boys?" he squeaked.
The rest of the team hung back to talk to one another as usual at the end of practice, but Harry headed straight back to the Gryffindor common room, where he found Ron and Hermione playing chess. Chess was the only thing Hermione ever lost at, something Harry and Ron thought was very good for her.
They looked at the dragon. It had grown three times in length in just a week. Smoke kept furling out of its nostrils. Hagrid hadn't been doing his gamekeeping duties because the dragon was keeping him so busy. There were empty brandy bottles and chicken feathers all over the floor.
"Pig snout," they said and entered.
"I'll never remember this," Ron burst out one afternoon, throwing down his quill and looking longingly out of the library window. It was the first really fine day they'd had in months. The sky was a clear, forget-me-not blue, and there was a feeling in the air of summer coming.
Harry didn't miss a single one, and Wood was delighted. After half an hour, night had really fallen and they couldn't carry on.
Flaming Christmas puddings followed the turkey. Percy nearly broke his teeth on a silver sickle embedded in his slice. Harry watched Hagrid getting redder and redder in the face as he called for more wine, finally kissing Professor McGonagall on the cheek, who, to Harry's amazement, giggled and blushed, her top hat lopsided.（央视记者 徐海霞）