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  • In the game, there are three chasers per team, whose jobs are to score goals using a volleyball, otherwise known as a quaffle, to Harry Potter readers.

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  • The chasers try to score through the hoops using a small ball called a quaffle; the keeper tries to keep goals from being scored; the beaters throw balls at opponents, which adds an element of dodge ball; and a seeker tries to catch the snitch.

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  • As player James Di Paolo explains, the "ball is called a quaffle and the chasers (players) are using this ball to throw in one of the three hoops on each side of the field."

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  • Soon, trotting around on brooms while trying to whip a "quaffle" through a hoop caught on.

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  • Teams score points by throwing the "quaffle" Benepe uses a volleyball through the hoops.

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  • In Muggle Quidditch, chasers try to throw the quaffle – a volleyball – through a hoop.

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  • In this design the fuckstick quaffle is conveniently located right next to the golden snitch.

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  • I was fiddling with the tension in his foot & should have been minding his fuckstick quaffle.

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  • Harry Potter played quidditch, the quaffle a metal orb that whizzed along a meandering, roller coaster-like track.

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  • For those who have somehow escaped the Quidditch craze, it is a game in the Harry Potter series of books that involves two teams, each of seven players -- three Chasers, two Beaters, one Keeper and one Seeker -- who ride on broomsticks trying to score points by tossing a ball called a “quaffle” through goal hoops, while one player tries to catch a small ball called the Golden Snitch.

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  • http://seattle.eater.com/2016/10/4/13163348/anchorhead-coffee-cafe-open

    The retail location serves Anchorhead's coffee, from espresso to bottled and cold brew on draft, plus beer and wine in the evenings. In the morning, look for pastries from Salmon Berry Goods that are baked in-house: sausage-fennel scones, bacon biscuits, cardamom buns. There's also a "quaffle," baked to order, which is constructed of a croissant dough that's rolled like a cinnamon roll, smashed on the waffle iron, and served with maple syrup.

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