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muggles

n. marijuana. (From the early twentieth century. Long before Harry Potter.) Where can I score some of that muggles?
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I definitely would not; the death eaters ran a ministry of oppression -- from the "Magic is Might" statue of the naked muggles being used to support the robed wizard, to the brutal treatment of muggle born students at Hogwarts.
Moneyed Muggles are in for a Christmas treat at the Harry Potter attraction near London.
Back with a new series, the entrepreneur gets out the overalls and hard hats and tells us Muggles how to add value to our houses - exactly as it says on the tin.
They cast repelling charms to keep LAFCO at bay and the Wizards' newspaper editorialized and laughed at the foolishness of Muggles who thought they could be Wizards.
Legal documents rubbish the claims of author Nancy Stouffer whose 1984 book, The Legend Of Rah and Muggles, features a character called Larry Potter.
The words Hogwarts, Albus Dumbledore, Voldemort and Muggles will be instantly recognisable to some of you while the rest will be thinking this writer has completely lost the plot.
MUGGLES check your credit card balance - just 150 tickets for the ultimate Harry potter event go on sale at 5pm tomorrow in Debenhams stores in London, Glasgow and Manchester.
At age 11, Harry takes leave of his buffoonish aunt and uncle (who force him to sleep under the musty stairs) and the dreary world of humans (or Muggles, in Harry's vernacular) for his true calling at Hogwarts.
Their "The Daily Profit" email note - a take off of the books' wizard newspaper The Daily Prophet - reads: "Liquid candy is bad for health, both for Muggles and Wizards.
com invited muggles under the age of 18 to submit a 1- to 3-minute video in which they explained why they love Harry Potter, their favorite moments from the series, why they consider themselves a Harry Potter expert and what they're hoping will happen in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Harry is also an amazingly well-adjusted person, considering that his cartoonishly cruel aunt and uncle (``the worst sort of Muggles imaginable,'' as one witch describes them) make him live in the cupboard under the stairs and allow his piggy cousin to unconscionably bully the orphan night and day.
At Microsoft, those who don't have the vision to go for daring new concepts are branded Muggles.
But Nancy Stouffer, of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, argues in a federal lawsuit that ideas for the Potter series were lifted from her 1984 book The Legend of Rah and Muggles, which includes a character named Larry Potter.
THE LEAKY CAULDRON: A London pub catering to wizards and witches, invisible to Muggles.
Stouffer's story, The Legend of Rah and Muggles, includes a character called Larry Potter.