- Someone who performs a service or does a favor
Derived forms: accommodators
- Glen Duncan – My position is that you’ve got to accommodate everything. I don’t morally accommodate but imaginatively accommodate.
- William Carleton – For instance, if the accommodation be twenty pounds, property to that amount at a ruinous valuation is brought home by the accommodator.
- If it’s right and true, it’s listened to and accommodated.
- In the course of a marriage, one accommodates the other.
- You have to accommodate the rich and the new rich under the same roof.
- I accommodated practically all of the liberation movements, including those of Latin America.
- To find a form that accommodates the mess, that is the task of the artist now.
- The best actors instinctively feel out what the other actors need, and they just accommodate it.
- I think carpet bombing is an absolutely tremendous idea if the enemy accommodates you by laying himself out like a carpet in the middle of the desert without any civilians or infrastructure around him. Sadly, the Islamic State has learned that that is a losing proposition and does not accommodate us in that way.
- In order to accommodate to change and to the contrast of phenomena, the intellect does not require any shocks and inner upheavals; it is only through such upheavals that the more conservative mind could accommodate to the metropolitan rhythm of events.
- Terror, married to technology and accommodated by progress in travel, has turned evil individuals into traveling ballistic missiles.
- I can’t really change my life to accommodate people who are jealous. I don’t see why I should.
- All propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach.
- Our technology is very scalable. Our software can accommodate enormous numbers of clients. It’s a marvelous opportunity. We’ll keep developing products.
- For the liberal state to accommodate a diversity of beliefs while having few positive convictions is one of the more admirable achievements of civilization.
- The problem is that the economy isn’t growing fast enough to accommodate the level of spending produced through the democratic process.
- I was thinking of going to London drama schools or to New York, because France didn’t accommodate the things I wanted to do in film.
- I was a weedy kid, not like one of those working-class men who can accommodate not being academically clever by physical strength and prowess.
- The beauty of jazz is that it can accommodate all styles. You can take jazz and put rock in it, and it’s still jazz.
- We have a large pool of talented and educated women, and yet workplaces haven’t necessarily changed to accommodate the reality of their lives.
- String theory is not the only theory that can accommodate extra dimensions, but it certainly is the one that really demands and requires it.
- It’s not the job of the art to accommodate me and make me more money, make me more famous and get me more girls.
- The god whom science recognizes must be a God of universal laws exclusively, a God who does a wholesale, not a retail business. He cannot accommodate his processes to the convenience of individuals.
- Atheists in our midst are proof that all consciences can be accommodated here, even those that have no ground for holding that conscience is sacred, inalienable, and prior to civil society.
- The house is in turmoil with records on every space. In the kitchen and in the dining room is covered with records. I don’t have a big enough house to accommodate everything.
- I think architecture is rarely the product of a single ideology. It’s more like it can be shaped by a really big idea. It can accommodate a lot of life forms.
- We should be creative, and we should accommodate the needs of every community to open up the democratic process. We should make it easy and accessible for every citizen to participate.
- Look closely, and you can see where the grooves of a record widen, indicating a sparseness that can only be a bass solo, or grow denser to accommodate a cresting density of sound.
- Life does not accommodate you, it shatters you. It is meant to, and it couldn’t do it better. Every seed destroys its container or else there would be no fruition.
- Communities need to feel that they can accommodate people. Rather than feeling that it’s not possible to integrate and that the stress and strain on housing and public services is too great.
- Yes, our tree has an interesting shape. The center branches reflect the shape of the zero curve. When extreme parts of the tree are reached the branching pattern changes to accommodate the mean reversion.
- I think in our global economy, uncertainty is ever increasing. So to accommodate to that, we need to build a dynamic economy and dynamic rules that can adapt to changing circumstances.