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"Narcissa, that's enough. Drink this. Listen to me."
"You're like Ron," she sighed, looking him up and down. "Both of you look as though you've had Stretching jinxes put on you. -=-I Nwcar Ron's grown four inches since I last bought him school robes. Are you hungry, Harry?"
"Sirius represented much to you that you had never known before," said Dumbledore gently. "Naturally, the loss is devastating. . . .
"Nah," said George gloomily. "Nothing like that. Stupid git. He wouldn't have the brains."
"Oh yes you did. You showed Horace exactly how much he stands to gain by returning to Hogwarts. Did you like him?"
The church clock chimed midnight behind them. Harry wondered why Dumbledore did not consider it rude to call on his old colleague so late, but now that conversation had been established, he had more pressing questions to ask.
"Bugging," said Hermione happily.
"If there is an attack," said Dumbledore, "I give you permission to use any counterjinx or curse that might occur to you. However, I do not think you need worry about being attacked tonight."
"Cedric Diggory was murdered by Lord Voldemort."
Inside were a few twigs and leaves and one large, fat beetle.
Bella followed, her cloak streaming behind, and saw Narcissa darting through an alley between the houses into a second, almost identical street. Some of the streetlamps were broken; the two women were running between patches of light and deep darkness. The pursuer caught up with her prey just as she turned another corner, this time succeeding in catching hold of her arm and swinging her around so that they faced each other.
"And after all, Amos ... he died just when he'd won the tournament. He must have been happy."
There was a moment's silence. Bellatrix watched, her wand upon their clasped hands, her eyes wide.
Bellatrix's mouth twisted as though she had taken an unpleasant dose of medicine.