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are apparent when she is nervous.
a manner of doing things
(see word notes for more detailed definitions based on context)
Much more rarely,
can refer to
the Mannerism style of painting
— a manner of painting common in 16th-century Europe and characterized by elongated human forms and vivid colors.
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