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1.There have been calls for a new kind of security arrangement.
2.There have been demands in a new kind of security arrangement.
Are these two sentences are same comparing to meaning?
Thank you. The words "Call for" and "demand for" are interchangeable in amended sentences(1,2)?
1. There have been calls for a new kind of security arrangement.
2. There have been demands for a new kind of security arrangement.
Yes, in my opinion.
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