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When they got to their feet, she looked down at Harry and said, "You look after yourself, now."
Erm . ..
A thin tongue of brilliant flame issued from the wand and wound its way around their hands like a red-hot wire.
"Which was your House?"
"We... we are alone, aren't we?" Narcissa asked quietly.
He sounded like an enthusiastic collector who had been outbid at auction. Apparently lost in memories, he gazed at the opposite wall, turning idly on the spot to ensure an even heat on his backside.
"But you didn't return when he came back, you didn't fly back to him at once when you felt the Dark Mark burn —"
"Good-bye, 'Arry," said Fleur, turning to go. "It 'az been a pleasure meeting you!"
"To the Prime Minister of Muggles. Urgent we meet. Kindly respond immediately. Sincerely, Fudge."
"Yes. I think it is time that I took a greater hand in your education."
"On Dumbledore's — ?" she began, in tones of outrage.
"It's very good already," said Ron in a strangled sort of voice. Fleur smiled at him; Hermione scowled.
"Oh yes I did!" said the Prime Minister. "It happened just around the corner from here, as a matter of fact. The papers had a field day with it, 'breakdown of law and order in the Prime Minister's backyard--'"
"It doesn't matter," said Fred, shaking his head impatiently. "It wasn't anything important. Not now, anyway."
"So you think that..." He had squinted down at the name in his left hand. "Lord Vol--"
Harry ran down the stairs two at a time, coming to an abrupt halt several steps from the bottom, as long experience had taught him to remain out of arm's reach of his uncle whenever possible. There in the doorway stood a tall, thin man with waist-length silver hair and beard. Half-moon spectacles were perched on his crooked nose, and he was wearing a long black traveling cloak and .1 pointed hat. Vernon Dursley, whose mustache was quite as bushy as Dumbledore's, though black, and who was wearing a puce dressing gown, was staring at the visitor as though he could not believe his tiny eyes.（央视记者 徐海霞）