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"Hi, Colin," said Harry warily.
"Bet she didn't ask permission to hide," said Harry. He was thinking of Dobby: Every time he had tried to do something the Malfoys wouldn't like, the house-elf had been forced to start beating himself up.
"I've never seen one!" said Hermione.
"Ouch! Mum - you're strangling us -"
"It's the Dark Mark, Harry!" Hermione moaned, pulling him as hard as she could.
"No, you're not!" yelled his friend. "You're a dishwasher at the Leaky Cauldron. . . .
For Fred and George had just scrambled over the backs of their seats and were standing in front of Ludo Bagman with broad grins on their faces, their hands outstretched.
Ron told Malfoy to do something that Harry knew he would never have dared say in front of Mrs. Weasley.
"They will," said Ron reassuringly. "They'll find a way."
"They can't do that!" said George Weasley, who had not joined the crowd moving toward the door, but was standing up and glaring at Dumbledore. "We're seventeen in April, why can't we have a shot?"
"But we don't know where Sirius is. . . he could be in Africa or somewhere, couldn't he?"
"Er - yeah, all right," said Harry. He turned back to Hermione, Ron, and Nearly Headless Nick. "Brothers and sisters usually go in the same Houses, don't they?" he said. He was judging by the Weasleys, all seven of whom had been put into Gryffindor.
"Leave - what?" Harry said, bewildered.
"Fine," snapped Mrs. Weasley. "Go naked. And, Harry, make sure you get a picture of him.
"Oh c'mon, 'Er-my-knee," said Ron, accidentally spraying Harry with bits of Yorkshire pudding. "Oops -- sorry, 'Arry --" He swallowed. "You won't get them sick leave by starving yourself!"
"The Triwizard Tournament was first established some seven hundred years ago as a friendly competition between the three largest European schools of wizardry: Hogwarts, Beauxbatons, and Durmstrang. A champion was selected to represent each school, and the three champions competed in three magical tasks. The schools took it in turns to host the tournament once every five years, and it was generally agreed to be a most excellent way of establishing ties between young witches and wizards of different nationalities -until, that is, the death toll mounted so high that the tournament was discontinued."