About number 3, Philippe. Initially I thought NP, but veered to NPA- after he mentioned the economic oppression of the Euro. He sounded quite declarative, which is a bit unusual for NP types...however in this interview format of course the participants feel they must express something. Also, the idea that struggle and adversity builds ability and strength of character is somewhat prevalent in NP and NPA- habitancies.
Regarding number 5, Kosal. The closing moments where he smiles (grins?) after the rap verses made me pick NA over A. However it's a close call.
Concerning number 6, Bryan. At first I thought N, yet the compelling style of speech and fast movement between topics in the end felt more NPA in flavour. I also thought he seemed conventional in his consummate professionalism, vesting a good deal of his identity in his legal opinions and know-how.
Number 12, Maria, had the unmistakable gestures and fierce pride of the NA type, with the typical ostentatious vanity inverted to a sort of proud defiance born of poverty. Her account reminds us that NA types in poorer circumstances can be tough, in-your-face contenders.
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