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  • "If you had mentioned the name Harry Potter 13 years ago, people would have thought it was someone's accountant," says

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  • 3. Publish your family history under the title Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

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  • DVDs for sale on his ministry website include one called Harry Potter: Witchcraft Repackaged, which helps young readers cope with “occult resources.”

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • In the short term Harry Potter 6 is due out in 2008, which leaves no option for the Harry Potter producers but to go and find a replacement Hermione for the movie, even though a brand new face will undoubtedly weaken the series.

    No Boys Like That Harry Potter Girl

  • I thought one called Harry Potter and International Relations had to be a goof.

    Potter and international relations?

  • The name of Harry Potter's archenemy can be used to refer to someone supremely diabolical.

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  • I should mention, by the way, that the original "Harry Potter" book, the first one, in keeping with the alchemical theme, was called "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone."

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  • Rod Blagojevich was eventually fired: not because he called the Harry Potter houses

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  • The ongoing saga we call Harry Potter and the Soft Opening is still a work in progress today.

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  • Ammann became the toast of the 2002 Games with his surprise titles as a 20-year-old, his looks earning him the nickname Harry Potter for a while.

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