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"So back off, you cynical muggles, before I crucio you!!" theoceansswitc was equally unamused.
Big magical explosions took out most of the fiends, and we mopped up with a crucio barrage.
After using stupefy and crucio to deal with the first few rounds of snatchers, we confringoed our way through a barrier and entered a large building.
Harry can also cast crucio, which -- far from being the horrific unforgivable curse you know and fear -- fires rapidly in the manner of a submachine gun.
The Latin word crux was applied to the simple pole, and indicated directly the nature and purpose of this instrument, being derived from the verb crucio, "to torment", "to torture" (Isid.,
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