Muggle-born is the term given to a witch or wizard who is born to two non-magical parents. Their magical abilities do not seem to be at all affected by their Muggle parentage — in fact, many Muggle-borns have been among the most powerful witches and wizards of their time, such as Lily Evans and Hermione Granger.
No, Hermione is a muggleborn witch. That's the correct way to describe someone of her background (two muggle parents.
Mudblood is a derogatory term for a Muggle-born or Half-blood wizard or witch, that is, individuals with no wizarding parents or grandparents.
Ronald Bilius "Ron" Weasley (b. 1 March, 1980) was a pure-blood wizard, the sixth son of Arthur Weasley and Molly Weasley(née Prewett). Ron and his brothers and sister lived in The Burrow where Harry and Hermione stayed quite often.
A half-blood is a witch or wizard one of whose parents had two Muggle parents. That is, a half-blood has a mage-born witch or wizard as one parent, and the other parent is either a Muggle or Muggle-born (a “Mudblood”). 'Mudblood' is an offensive term used to refer to wizards/witches from a purely non-magical family.
Hermione Granger has sustained several injuries following her torture at the Malfoy Manor by Bellatrix Lestrange and presumably during the Battle of Hogwarts. Every scar fades in time, except the 'mudblood' carved on her arm by Bellatrix.
His first appearance was in the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, as the best friend of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. He is a member of the Weasley family, a pure blood family that resides in "The Burrow" outside Ottery St. Catchpole.
The scarf was a shade of pink and she would often wear it loose around her neck. Hermione took off her scarf and tied it around a tree nearby to where they had been camping when Ron left. She did this to signal to him that they had left, should he ever return and try and find them.
Even as prices rise, people are still willing to pay to get their poultry fix. As a result, this makes poultry farming a potentially profitable business to start, as the demand for chicken is always high.
Each episode of Chopped consists of four competing chefs. At the end of each round, one contestant's dish is placed on "the Chopping Block," indicating that they've been eliminated. According to FAQ-ANS, losing chefs receive $1,000 for appearing on the show.
Elected judges have salaries usually set by the state or the municipality. Figure anywhere from low 100s up, depending on the gig. Judicial salaries usually don't top off more than $250k or so, even for very prestigious positions, mainly because they don't have to.