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He'd failed to reach what Harry was starting to realise was a *shockingly* high standard of being so incredibly, unbelievably rational that you actually started to *get things right*, as opposed to having a handy language in which to describe afterwards everything you'd just done wrong. ‎- Victory through semantics
Hermione Granger seemed to be trying to nibble her fingernails, and not having much luck. "So, I guess if you bring a girl back from the dead she ends up as, what did Daphne call it, a Sparkling Unicorn Princess?" ‎- Victory through semantics
Hermione Granger was making some sort of high-pitched noise that would, in a less organic device, have indicated an engine malfunction. ‎- Victory through semantics
я спойлерю но не могу остановиться >_< ‎- Victory through semantics
Watching the tip of the sunrise made Harry feel better, somehow. So long as the Sun was in the sky, things were still all right on some level, e.g., his having not yet destroyed the Sun. ‎- Victory through semantics
ох вау ‎- Victory through semantics
теперь перечитывать В СВЕТЕ ВСЕГО ВОТ ЭТОГО о.О ‎- Victory through semantics
А теперь переводи ‎- котячий дочЪ
нед, там и без меня хорошо переводят :) хотя последние главы наверно можно немножк ‎- Victory through semantics