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Across Down
1. Serpent
7.   Spoil
10. What Snape curls
11. No. of Ron's brothers - no. of fingers on a goblin's hand
13. Dean Thomas can ____ well.
14. Stan's passenger
15. Least money
16. Dursleys, to Harry
18. Norbert pickup point
21. Hogsmeade answer
22. Longbottom characteristic
27. What Harry exposes to Buckbeak
28. What threatened Hermione
30. Library volume
33. Jupiter moon
34. Gryff. Quid. chaser
36. Where Harry sleeps
38. Key to entering London Wizard street
41. Griff. Divin. whiz
42. Characteristic of Gringott's tunnels
43. Third floor doors
44. Do follower
46. What Ron brought back from Egypt
48. Female sheep
49. Dumbledore vessel
50. West. U.S. state
51. What's in Whomping's veins
53. Gist of the matter
54. It's not ___ to Hogsmeade
55. 44 across follower
57. Warehouse
60. J.K.R. nationality
61. Between semesters
63. Erised item
65.
Don't go
66. Scabbers or Crookshanks
68. Alley
70. Horn noise
71. Hermione's is high
72. Max. no. wins cup
1.   Serious?
2.   Snitch environment
3.   Herb expert
4.   Quill friend
5.   Draco, to Lucius
6.   Bronze coin
7.   Transp. to Hogw.
8.   Forbidden Forest resident
9.   Fred
12. Muggles' Hogwarts
13. Gringotts vaults location
17. Owls' cargo
19. Ollivander wares
20. Lockhart's action on the way to the Chamber of Secrets
23. Sol follower
24. Magician's ploy
25. Hagrid dream job
26. Hermione type blow
31. Grim
32.
Can do it
35. Mandrake grower
37. Headless Harry
39. Argument in London
40.
Frozen dessert
45. Tide movement
47. Gringotts transport
49. Garden creature
50. Weasleys' vacation city
52. Harry is _____ as a Seeker
54. Chocolate _____
55.
Fog
56. You go through the portrait to get ____ the Common Room
58. Entry to the Chamber of Secrets
59. What Harry did with his special cloak
60. Dudley
62. Also
64. Black deed at Ron's bed
67. 23 down follower
69. Same as 21 across

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