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These small children have better style then me. I can only imagine how nicely dressed their parents are..

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These small children have better style then me. I can only imagine how nicely dressed their parents are..

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scarlett johansson for mango - fall/winter 2010

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50 Fabulous People  -  7/50 Gary Oldman

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50 Fabulous People  -  7/50 Gary Oldman


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The Magic BeginsDay 08: A scene you really wanted to be in the movies, but wasn’t.

“Can you forgive me?” he said. “Can you forgive me for not trusting you? For not telling you? Harry, I only feared that you would fail as I had failed. I only dreaded that you would make my mistakes. I crave your pardon, Harry. I have known, for some time now, that you are the better man.”
[…]
“Master of death, Harry, master of Death! Was I better, ultimately, than Voldemort?”
“Of course you were,” said Harry. “Of course-how can you ask that? You never killed if you could avoid it!”
 “True, true,” said Dumbledore, and he was like a child seeking reassurance. “Yet I too sought a way to conquer death, Harry.”
“Not the way he did,” said Harry. After all his anger at Dumbledore, how odd it was to sit here, beneath the high vaulted ceiling, and defend Dumbledore from himself. “Hallows, not Horcuxes.”
“Hallows,” murmured Dumbledore, “not Horcruxes. Precisely.”
Deathly Hallows Chapter 35: King’s Cross

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The Magic Begins
Day 08: A scene you really wanted to be in the movies, but wasn’t.

“Can you forgive me?” he said. “Can you forgive me for not trusting you? For not telling you? Harry, I only feared that you would fail as I had failed. I only dreaded that you would make my mistakes. I crave your pardon, Harry. I have known, for some time now, that you are the better man.”

[…]

“Master of death, Harry, master of Death! Was I better, ultimately, than Voldemort?”

“Of course you were,” said Harry. “Of course-how can you ask that? You never killed if you could avoid it!”

“True, true,” said Dumbledore, and he was like a child seeking reassurance. “Yet I too sought a way to conquer death, Harry.”

“Not the way he did,” said Harry. After all his anger at Dumbledore, how odd it was to sit here, beneath the high vaulted ceiling, and defend Dumbledore from himself. “Hallows, not Horcuxes.”

“Hallows,” murmured Dumbledore, “not Horcruxes. Precisely.”

Deathly Hallows Chapter 35: King’s Cross

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