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  • n. Plural form of Potter.


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  • She got her children into a nice school in Potters Bar.

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  • That's why people like Harry and the Potters are allowed to do these things today.

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  • He'll build eight glass towers in his current mixed-use project near London's Tower Bridge, called Potters Fields.

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  • Thursday: "Harry and the Potters is a band made up of two brothers who dress like Harry Potter and play indie rock/punk songs about the book series."

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  • The Potters are a threat from set-pieces but deadline-day signing Peter Crouch, making a debut against his former club, weakly headed wide one free-kick.

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  • Yet the Potters are a household name in Charleston, a city known for its great houses.

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  • For anyone familiar with the perky, manic staging professionals on HGTV, the Potters are a curious example of the breed.

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  • But after a bruising night and a second draw against Stoke in four days, next week's FA Cup fifth-round replay with the Potters is a less appetising prospect.

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  • The Potters were a constant threat against a very youthful Gunners side and Arsene Wenger may rue his decision to field a very under strength side.

  • Harry and the Potters were the first wizard rock band.



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