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The last Harry Potter movie is in theaters and by now most of us muggles, or non-magical folk, recognize many of the words the books have added to our lexicon.
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There’s parseltongue: the language of snakes. And Dementors: those dark shrouds that suck the positive out of you killing your soul. I bet some of us know someone like that in real life! And who can forget the howler—that angry letter from a parent that screams at you when you open it? Alyne has these thoughts on how the books and films have expanded our imaginations.
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