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How I address a juniour colleague is different from how I refer to the colleague around the colleague's sibling?

Is Miku's seniour colleague really referring to Miku so differently from addressing Miku? In short, that sounds about right. A third person's presence can affect how someone refers to another person ...
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Changing the way you address someone without your relationship having changed

Regarding the particular case, I think your understanding (from other sites) should be fine, although it does not necessarily intimidate Moeha. It sounds like emphasizing Kaguya's status as an elder - ...
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Is this 'onee-san' address sarcastic or something?

お姉さん ("onee-san") is not only used to mean "sister". In common speech it is quite often used (particularly by kids/young adults) when talking to any young woman who is older than ...
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