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II.2 The 'flash' group
These verbs indicate that someone has a thought or feeling, usually briefly. The Subject indicates the thought or feeling, and the noun group after through is usually something like my mind (in the case of a thought) or me or my body (in the case of a feeling).
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A ludicrous thought flashed through Harry's mind: what on earth was he going to do even if he did manage to stop them?
A convulsive shudder ran through his body.