Rubeus Hagrid Norbert
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- Spell-bound: Accounting for English self-forms in J
- DRAGON-RAISED-BY(Hagrid) = Norbert the Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon.
- Hearing the Music in Harry Potter Becky Kolacki In the Harry Potter
- When Hagrid has Norbert, the baby dragon, he is seen singing Norbert a lullaby.
- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone School Unit - Orthocomics
- 18. What is Charlie's response to Harry's idea? 19.
- Šablona -- Diplomová práce
- In the first part of Harry Potter, Hagrid had one, its name was Norbert. It was his pet.
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- Rubeus Hagrid's pets - Harry Potter Wiki
- A Norwegian Ridgeback dragon.
- Rubeus Hagrid (Character) - Quotes
- Harry: Norbert? Hagrid: Yeah, well, he's gotta have a name, don't he? Hagrid: You all right there, Harry?
- Harry Potter Book 1 -- Hagrid, Fluffy, Norbert, Fang, Centaur
- Rubeus Hagrid: Keeper of Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts. Gamekeeper. Twice as tall as normal man.
- ThinkGeek :: LEGO Harry Potter Hagrids Hut
- This set includes 6 characters: Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Rubeus Hagrid, Norbert, and Aragog. Product Specifications.
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