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This much has already happened: They have a Meet Cute while fighting over the same pair of cashmere gloves in Bloomingdale's. Jon will write his telephone number on a bill and it will go out in the world, and she will see if it comes back to her. Sara will write her number in a copy of a novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and if Jon finds it in a used book store, well, there you are.
They feel, if not love, strong attraction at first sight. (Marquez is fond of coincidences, but “Serendipity” elevates magic realism into the realm of three-card monte.) Jon searches in countless book stores, having never heard of Bibliofind or Alibris, where for enough money every used bookseller in the world would be happy to have a peek inside his copies of the volume.
He met Lily and Petunia Evans when he was nine, and fell deeply in love with Lily, becoming a close friend of hers.
Snape became involved with the bullies in Slytherin House, many who were pure-blood supremacists.Whilst there is evidence that the data is legitimate, due to the difficulty of emphatically verifying the Chinese breach it has been flagged as "unverified".The data in the breach contains email addresses and plain text passwords. It bounces them through so many amazing coincidences and serendipitous parallels and cosmic concordances that Fate is not merely knocking on the door, it has entered with a SWAT team and is banging their heads together and administering poppers. Leaving themselves in the hands of this screenplay is another matter.