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...pression surfaces in Woody's style of speaking and the way the encouraging words and mannerisms calmed the troubled Shaun at the beginning of the movie to Combo's standoffish and fearful manner of speaking which through his enthusiastic speech and use of embarrassment brought some members over from Woody's more calm surroundings. Woody spoke in an uplifting style and that is how the movie showed his demeanor to be, he acted the way the words he used represented, whereas Combo using harsh wordings, somewhat forced his beliefs onto others.
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