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Related to potter: Beatrix Potter, Potter syndrome
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Synonyms for potter

mess about

Synonyms for potter

a craftsman who shapes pottery on a potter's wheel and bakes them it a kiln

do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly

work lightly

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move around aimlessly

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EST -  "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2"
More Harry Potter Stories: JK Rowling has hinted she could return to the series in the future, saying: "I'm not going to say I won't.
Potter was Director of Career Planning and Placement at Clark University in Worcester and taught in the Education Department for many years, before retiring in 1985.
The company will open Harry Potter Place on Friday 20 July with a press conference at 08:00, where the first author-signed US edition of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be unveiled.
Miss Potter'' is, of course, Beatrix Potter, the creator of such beloved children's book characters as Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny and Jemima Puddle-Duck.
After the original Potter Building burned down in 1882, the building's owner, Orlando Potter, was determined to build a fireproof replacement and chose terra cotta because of its superior fire resistant quality and low price.
Besides the increased space and new training opportunities for the airport community, aviation program academic director Rick Potter describes ACE as the only facility in Canada with a "holistic perspective" integrating pilot, maintenance and manufacturing training under one roof.
One could speak about a worldwide "Harry Potter phenomena", appearing soon after the Pokemon craze.
Ask Jamie Potter how his small business grows revenues each year, and he'll tell you his answer is simple--by tearing things down.
When we first met the young wizard-in-training Harry Potter some six years ago, he had spent a decade in the care of his overbearing "muggle" (non-magical) aunt and uncle after surviving the murder of his parents by the evil Voldemort.
Has the Harry Potter hoopla helped popularize witchcraft?
The Harry Potter series of children's/young adults' novels by J.
will be able to continue reading about the adventures of wizard-in-training Harry Potter, thanks to a recent federal court ruling.