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    Demeanour

    Hi, What is "Demeanour" here? I need to understand the word in its must close meaning, the diconary didn't help me since I'm not sure what it exactly mean

    "At sixty-six, Reid was a little more than twenty years older than Obama, but in terms of style and demeanor, the generation gap between them seemed much wider"

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    Re: Demeanour

    Sorry about my typo - 'nu' for 'not'. I don't know how that happened.

    So, what part of the definitions did you not understand?

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