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"What?" said Harry quickly. "Dumbledore's angry with Snape?"
Harry stared ai him.
'No thanks,' said Harry, looking up. 'Malfoy's gone again!'
"Right," said Harry unenthusiastically. "Well, I'll hear them tomorrow, then. I'm pretty tired now ... see you . . ."
'Not a big surprise, though, is it?' said Harry. 'Not after what happened to Katie.'
If only he had Rufus Scrimgeour's power, he would have been able to set a tail upon Malfoy, but unfortunately Harry did not have an office full of Aurors at his command. . . . He thought fleetingly of trying to set something up with the D.A., but there again was the problem that people would be missed from lessons; most of them, after all, still had full schedules. . . .
Hagrid stopped talking as the ghost of a long-haired woman drifted serenely past, then resumed in a hoarse whisper, ". . . the board o' governors'll be talkin about shuttin' us up fer good."
'Ready?' he said to Ron.
She slid back the fine filigree clasp and flipped open the box. There upon the smooth crimson velvet lay a heavy golden locket.
"That would be welcome," said Voldemort. "I have come a long way."
"Very good," said Dumbledore. "Now, you will remember, I hope, that I told you at the very outset of these meetings of ours that we would be entering the realms of guesswork and speculation?"
Aragog died last night. Harry and Ron, you met him and you know how special he was.
"If you don't want to go out with her anymore, just tell her," said Harry.
"No," said Tonks.
But the question was, how to call him? What did you do? Quietly, tentatively, Harry spoke into the darkness.