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Fudge looked back down at her, his eyebrows raised. 'Very well,' he said aloofly. 'What is your story?'
'The Atrium,' said the cool female voice and the golden grilles slid open, showing Harry a distant glimpse of the golden statues in the fountain. The plump witch got out and a sallow-skinned wizard with a very mournful face got in.
'Eleven inches, phoenix-feather core, been in use four years. That correct?'
'Running?' said Madam Bones sharply. 'Dementors don't run, they glide.'
'No, I usually Apparate,' said Mr Weasley, 'but obviously you can't, and I think it's best we arrive in a thoroughly non-magical fashion . . . makes a better impression, given what you're being disciplined for . . .'
'Fully aware that you were in close proximity to a Muggle at the time?'
'. . . and I'll have to tell Dumbledore I can't do night duty tomorrow, I'm just t - t - too tired,' Tonks finished, yawning hugely again.
'Yes,' said Harry nervously.
'Down in old - but they told me - Merlin's beard!'
'Sorry,' said Harry nervously. 'I - I didn't know the time had been changed.'
'A corporeal Patronus?'
They turned a corner, walked through a pair of heavy oak doors and emerged in a cluttered open area divided into cubicles, which was buzzing with talk and laughter. Memos were zooming in and out of cubicles like miniature rockets. A lopsided sign on the nearest cubicle read: Auror Headquarters.
'I may be wrong,' said Dumbledore pleasantly, 'but I am sure that under the Wizengamot Charter of Rights, the accused has the right to present witnesses for his or her case? Isn't that the policy of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, Madam Bones?' he continued, addressing the witch in the monocle.,