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I -- told -you," Hermione gasped, clutching at the stitch in her chest, "I -- told -- you."
"Red card!" said Dean furiously. "In soccer you get shown the red card and you're out of the game!"
He threw his cloak over his head and strode out of the clearing. It was almost dark now, but Harry could see Quirrell, standing quite still as though he was petrified.
Lee was still commentating.
"Of course he has," said Ron, wheeling around. "I'm his second, who's yours?"
It was dinnertime. Harry had just finished telling Ron what had happened when he'd left the grounds with Professor McGonagall. Ron had a piece of steak and kidney pie halfway to his mouth, but he'd forgotten all about it.
"I'm serious, Harry, don't go."
Hagrid frowned at him.
"Oh, no," said Ron, pale as the Bloody Baron.
"I don't know, sit." "Thought you wouldn't open a book before coming, eh, Potter?" Harry forced himself to keep looking straight into those cold eyes. He had looked through his books at the Dursleys', but did Snape expect him to remember everything in One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi?
A sudden noise outside in the corridor put an end to their discussion. They hadn't realized how loudly they had been talking.
"Be that as it may, fighting is against Hogwarts rules, Hagrid," said Snape silkily. "Five points from Gryffindor, Weasley, and be grateful it isn't more. Move along, all of you."
Ron and Hermione squeezed together to give Hagrid enough space to join them.
Perhaps Snape had left the book in there? It was worth a try. He pushed the door ajar and peered inside -- and a horrible scene met his eyes.
"I've never seen Snape look so mean," he told Hermione. "Look -they're off Ouch!"