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in character
as usual, typical, in the way that a person usually behaves
Supporting the members of her staff is in character with the way our manager operates.
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    Learn what is offensive in your host country

    We all mess up every now and then, and theres no way to learn everything that may be considered offensive in a particular country. But reading a good travel guide about the country you plan to visit for a good overview of things that fall outside the boundaries of acceptable behavior should cover most of it. Gestures considered harmless at home can be very offensive to the citizens of another country.


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