Mr Coats has a sensible demeanour.
“My general demeanour, I think, was key in that situation.
We felt the weary misery in the supple but upright demeanour of an African king.
I chatted with him amicably enough and as we arrived at my destination, I complimented him on his military demeanour.
His diagnosis is as lacking in eloquence as he is in demeanour.
He was also admired for his cool demeanour, a quality that led his Swiss teammates to accord him the nickname “the Iceman.”
Crawford’s intelligence, down-to-earth demeanour, and athletic, full-bodied physique earned her a rare cross-gender appeal.
I would say these CEOs come across as more measured, a little more reserved in their demeanour when I meet them for filming.
In an era where managers are judged by their demeanour on the touchline as well as results on the pitch, Rooney comes across as studious.
She had noticed "something special" in the American's character and demeanour, which Pierce put down to the devout Wild "having Jesus in her heart".
The beaming smile which greeted victory, along with her excited demeanour in the on-court interview, indicates Williams is in a relaxed mood at Melbourne Park.
For his role as Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood, Daniel Day-Lewis adopted Huston’s distinctive voice and even appears to imitate Huston’s shuffling demeanour.
The only drawback is that, despite the waiting staff’s hugely cheery demeanour and Herculanean work rate, the restaurant is slightly too miniature to fit in enough servers.
Another of the challenges of directing, Harper confessed, had been making sure Norton played against his natural amiable demeanour, and kept up the repressed, seemingly cold and bored ennui of a grand aristocrat.
‘I was under the impression that Damascus would display the usual Arab calmness of demeanour...and would receive us with their customary immobile features...I was amazed at the heartiness of the welcome accorded to the British uniform.
It's a seemingly placid New England town that is in fact wrought with illicit affairs, crime and tragedy, all told through the lens of Olive, whose wicked wit and harsh demeanour mask a warm but troubled heart and staunch moral centre.
Although were it not for the West Country accent, you would be forgiven for thinking it was, considering the straw-like mop of hair sticking out from under the pillow and the Kevin & Perry-like demeanour with which the man himself approaches his duties.
The considerate words and Mings’s composed demeanour, in the stadium afterwards and in passing his warning to the officials, were in keeping with a man whose measured and compassionate attitude on a number of social issues has been informed by challenging first-hand experience.
“We gave the guards tea, and no one went to hospital, and I am proud of that,” says Foreman, a stocky man whose grandfatherly demeanour is hard to square with his former incarnation as a freelance enforcer for the Krays, the notorious identical twin gangsters who stalked London in the 1950s and 1960s.
A stage demeanour that appealingly plays up the west country hippy angle is not exactly a distortion of the truth, but it does sidestep some of the political urgency he must have felt when he once appeared in radical leftwing theatre alongside Vanessa and Corin Redgrave in the Workers Revolutionary Party’s touring company.
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A stage demeanour that appealingly plays up the west country hippy angle is not exactly a distortion of the truth but it does sidestep some of the political urgency he must have felt when he once appeared in radical leftwing theatre alongside Vanessa and Corin Redgrave in the Workers Revolutionary Partys touring company