The only practice that's now constant is the practice of constantly accommodating to change. From LearnThat.org. [William McGovern]
The warden was always accommodating in allowing visitors in. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Made a special effort to be accommodating. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Verb (used with object) : to accommodate a friend with money. ,Can you accommodate him? ,Will this elevator accommodate 10 people? ,to accommodate oneself to circumstances. ,to accommodate differences. From Dictionary.com.
How far do you go in accommodating these newcomers?. From Wordnik.com. [One's heart bleeds for the Grauniad] Reference
DC was fantastic in accommodating the art we wanted. From Wordnik.com. [DC Comics Super Heroes and Villains Fandex » Comics Worth Reading] Reference
Mexicans don't generally travel with pets and the hotel industry is not very interested in accommodating those who do. From Wordnik.com. [Traveling in Mexico with pets] Reference
Very kind, very accommodating, which is another reason I'd like to live there. From Wordnik.com. [Ms Maggie Moo Talks 2 U] Reference
My relations with other human beings run a little deeper than "accommodating" them or "tolerating" them. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2007-12-01] Reference
Mitch said he's straight, but Sean gets the feeling that his "accommodating" personality might just be open for more. From Wordnik.com. [QueerClick] Reference
This is helped by his style - judicious, calm, accommodating. From Wordnik.com. [It's Rubin, Stupid] Reference
Petraeus has even been somewhat accommodating of the Sadrists. From Wordnik.com. [This Won’t Be The Iraq Election] Reference
Once growth drops again, Russia will likely be more accommodating. From Wordnik.com. [EUROPE: RUSSIAN RUMBLINGS] Reference
This approach of being lenient and accommodating has really backfired. From Wordnik.com. [Hell to Pay] Reference
His compatriots in Hollywood take a more accommodating, pancultural view. From Wordnik.com. [Chinese Takeout] Reference
The music industry's response to Napster hasn't always been so accommodating. From Wordnik.com. [The Odd Couple] Reference
But this would carry more weight if accommodating families were truly the Pentagon's aim. From Wordnik.com. [Yes, We Can Handle The Truth] Reference
Activists say Washington has always been too accommodating with Nigeria's military rulers. From Wordnik.com. [Nigerian Roulette] Reference
We're always so respectful, so accommodating-of their traditions and morality and culture. From Wordnik.com. [Mothers Vs. Mullahs] Reference
Bankers proved similarly accommodating to corporations, especially to private-equity firms. From Wordnik.com. [When Fools Rush In, The Joke's on Them] Reference
Pleasing and accommodating its guests seemed to be Salt Lake's absolute number one priority. From Wordnik.com. [Starr Gazing: The Good People Of Salt Lake] Reference
Eventually, she married an accommodating man who did everything for her, including the cooking. From Wordnik.com. [Books: A New Day For Ms. Millay] Reference
If they don't learn, they'll lose some of their top performers to more accommodating companies. From Wordnik.com. [Living From Job To Job] Reference
I don't think I really became accommodating of that fact until my experience with Martin Luther King. From Wordnik.com. [What Becomes A Legend Lately? The Jazz Age.] Reference
Last week the regulators tabled their own plan and will take up the industry's more accommodating proposal. From Wordnik.com. [The Regulators' Boogie] Reference
Most had refuse everywhere, nonfunctioning toilets and desks made for two kids that were accommodating four. From Wordnik.com. [The $87 Billion Money Pit] Reference
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