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"Thanks," she said. "Padma's going to meet you in the entrance hall," she added to Ron.
"Hello, Mr. Bagman," said Fred brightly. "Can we buy you a drink?"
"Dobby," said Harry frantically, "listen - are you sure about this?"
"Dumbledore happens to trust me," said Snape through clenched teeth. "I refuse to believe that he gave you orders to search my office!"
Dobby plucked at the shrunken maroon sweater he was now wearing over his shorts.
"Then he's hoping you'll help him find out what his egg means! I suppose you've been putting your heads together during those cozy little library sessions -"
"I'm honored," said Harry darkly. "You keep your eyes shut!"
"Well, thanks," said Harry, "but I think I'm nearly there with the egg . . . couple more days should crack it."
"Dumbledore was the one who stuck up for me after Dad went. Got me the gamekeeper job .
Krum was looking surly again.
"You need to put your head under too," said Myrtle, who seemed to be thoroughly enjoying bossing him around. "Go on!"
Harry had no idea how long a bath he would need to work out the secret of the golden egg, he decided to do it at night, when he would be able to take as much time as he wanted.
"Well, they're . . . they're . . ." Ron struggled for words. ". . . not very nice," he finished lamely.
"Oh ... I see ..." said Myrtle, picking at a spot on her chin in a morose sort of way.
Can I borrow this?"
"Well, Dumbledore," said Karkaroff, displaying his yellowing teeth to their fullest extent, "we are all protective of our private domains, are we not? Do we not jealously guard the halls of learning that have been entrusted to us? Are we not right to be proud that we alone know our school's secrets, and right to protect them?"
"Me dad was broken-hearted when she wen'. Tiny little bloke, my dad was. By the time I was six I could lift him up an' put him on top o' the dresser if he annoyed me. Used ter make him laugh. . . ." Hagrid's deep voice broke. Madame Maxime was listening, motionless, apparently staring at the silvery fountain. "Dad raised me . . . but he died, o' course, jus' after I started school. Sorta had ter make me own way after that.,
He could tell at once that they carried different sorts of bubble bath mixed with the water, though it wasn't bubble bath as Harry had ever experienced it. One tap gushed pink and blue bubbles the size of footballs; another poured ice-white foam so thick that Harry thought it would have supported his weight if he'd cared to test it; a third sent heavily perfumed purple clouds hovering over the surface of the water. Harry amused himself for awhile turning the taps on and off, particularly enjoying the effect of one whose jet bounced off the surface of the water in large arcs. Then, when the deep pool was full of hot water, foam, and bubbles, which took a very short time considering its size, Harry turned off all the taps, pulled off his pajamas, slippers, and dressing gown, and slid into the water.？