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Graduation time it was for Miss Ginny Weasley. This little girl had grown up to be a mature young lady in seven years. She was excited, and her parents were very proud of her. The person Ginny most wanted to impress was Harry Potter, though. Not anyone else but Harry.
You see, young Ginny had fancied Harry for quite a while. But it was more than fancying now. Since Ginny was older now, it had definitely turned into love.
But now, here she was, dressed in fine graduation robes her two twin brothers, Fred and George, had bought for her. Her long, fiery red hair was in a half ponytail. Yes, Ginny looked absolutely beautiful today.
Ginny's friend, Nickie, ran up to her, engulfing her in a huge hug. "Oh, Gin! Aren't you glad we're finally graduating?" She asked, parting away from Ginny.
Ginny smiled, and nodded. "I sure am!" She said, as she saw someone approaching her. It was Molly Weasley, her mother.
"Oh, Ginny, dear! I'm so proud of you! I'm so glad you were one of the top students!" He
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Popping out from his cover, the young 2nd Lieutenant looked out over the site. It had most certainly been an ambush, and whatever these Covies were fighting for, they were certainly determined. They seemed to have swarmed from all sides of the small canyon they had come up. In all fact it wasn't so much a canyon, as a crevice that ran from the small bluff to the centre o