GREP to apply a character style to a specific character within a specific word

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Please can you help with the GREP expression to apply a character style to a specific character within a specific word.

 

For example: The name Abraham, I would like to apply a character style to the letter "b" within that name.

 

Thanks in advance

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one possible way as grep style (?<=\bA)b(?=raham\b)  

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one possible way as grep style

(?<=\bA)b(?=raham\b)

 

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Thanks so much pixxxelschuber, that worked exactly as needed!

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