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Frasi con accommodate (in inglese)

1. But, here we accommodate all the.
2. It could easily accommodate a minibus.
3. Yet, when physics can’t accommodate.
4. His knees bent to accommodate his height.
5. Daniel was only too happy to accommodate her.
6. Please don't let truth accommodate preference.
7. It can accommodate upto 29 alternative values.

8. This they can accommodate by faking common sense.
9. Think and imagine what your power can accommodate.
10. There were blocks on the pedals to accommodate his.
11. The system should accommodate it without any trouble.
12. He always has to slowly stretch me to accommodate him.
13. This slot will accommodate the top support that runs.
14. One compartment would accommodate the wireless outfit.
15. Generally, Pages accommodate regions and the style of.
16. Abery is large enough to accommodate you both … ’.
17. The city had struggled the past few days to accommodate.
18. The apostolic camp could accommodate about five hundred.
19. They had just moved to a new big home to accommodate all.
20. It was a hobby that relied on an ability to accommodate.
21. On a normal day, he might be able to accommodate himself.
22. The Maitre d' will usually always try to accommodate your.
23. Tolerance : The y have the capacity to easily accommodate.
24. It was a large hall that could accommodate plenty of people.
25. Thankfully, Rebecca was more than willing to accommodate me.
26. As a good value investor, he has learned to accommodate Mr.
27. Luke's, which will accommodate from thirty to sixty persons.
28. Then the rule must be adjusted to accommodate this exception.
29. It shouldn’t hold just a few either, it should accommodate.
30. One other ship was ransomed in order to accommodate the large.
31. The reception center just could not accommodate 22,000 people.
32. The militias also need cooks and stewards to accommodate them.
33. This base must be fully ready to accommodate and support them.
34. As you are aware pages can accommodate many regions and few of.
35. The clinic was too small to accommodate more than three Warriors.
36. It shouldn’t hold just a few either, it should accommodate ALL.
37. A vacancy in the heart does not accommodate itself to a stop-gap.
38. You want to teach your mind and body to accommodate to relaxation.
39. Dave loved Italian food, so I tried to accommodate him on that end.
40. In a nutshell, the eyes can’t react to light but can accommodate.
41. Any impaired person will try to accommodate to limit the impairment.
42. The church had to be doubled in size to accommodate the congregation.
43. We shall be glad to accommodate her nannies that will accompany her.
44. They will accommodate you and you’ll still get all the lower prices.
45. Comfort zone boundaries can be flexible to accommodate special situations.
46. David Zebedee had no tented city here to feed and accommodate the crowds.
47. And before he could say another word, she opened her legs to accommodate him.
48. If it were really true, she knew that men would all wish to accommodate her.
49. O‘Connor, for his own personal self-interest, has been happy to accommodate.
50. The bay was only able to accommodate a handful of space fighters and shuttles.
51. He shared the back with a bare pole that could accommodate an M-60 machine gun.
52. He walked over to her, his wings reigning in behind him to accommodate the room.
53. One of the leaves had been cut all the way through to accommodate a camera lens.
54. She should have thought to somehow cover her belly to accommodate for its shape.
55. The work crews did not have to make three hundred new houses to accommodate the.
56. Note that some format widths might be too small to accommodate the abbreviations.
57. The driver’s seat was back to its limit to accommodate a person with long legs.
58. Perhaps that’ s because you can’t accommodate them in the style they expect.
59. However, the cradle could only accommodate one of the sections of the current ship.
60. It is pretty certain most adults, who realize they have a problem, will accommodate.
61. I then asked if there was one that could accommodate a large force of men on horses.
62. Clear enough, he thought as he moved the signage sufficiently to accommodate his Merc.
63. As stated earlier, the contents suggested therein might not accommodate everyone, nor.
64. In order to accommodate all the factors tested, the data here start on September 1965.
65. I wanted to accommodate only her views on the constitution as I did not want it to be.
66. These IRAs cannot generally accommodate real estate unless it as a type of security, e.
67. Garcia’s microphone went dead so he raised his voice to accommodate the new situation.
68. With a fraction of the crew the ship was designed to accommodate, no one need be cramped.
69. This would of course require enough counter space to accommodate two racks on the counter.
70. He saw her enamored eyes enlarge as though to accommodate his admiring stare fixed on her.
71. The vessel was large enough to accommodate twenty-five adults, according to the schematics.
72. Several lighthouses have been transformed into inns and hostels which accommodate tourists.
73. Basically, instead of your body rejecting the immortal blood, it changed to accommodate it.
74. Forms for seventy-two tiers of seating had been built, enough to accommodate 110,000 people.
75. He decided that would be great, but they would have to expand the stage to accommodate them.
76. This news, however, left a void in Rosemary’s care that Rose was unprepared to accommodate.
77. He kissed her and lifted himself over her as she spread her legs to accommodate his movement.
78. Again, this slot should be 1/8 in from each side and it will accommodate the bottom support.
79. Therefore, the MAC mechanism on a wireless network must be able to accommodate this behavior.
80. Plus, some are longer than others to accommodate the type of fly you are trying to replicate.
81. Such a map would have to be multidimensional and elastic, and would have to accommodate not.
82. In order to accommodate the wheel, humans have destroyed more land than they actually inhabit.
83. Furthermore, in youth neither of them has "set"; they can accommodate themselves to each other.
84. He changes his plans to accommodate the new opportunity that he had to reveal the love of God.
85. Then, I became distracted thinking about how I could accommodate her in my small rooming house.
86. Though what is meant by this is to allow, accommodate, and make an allowance for its existence.
87. The Dog Unit would arrive with their dogs and patrol formations were adapted to accommodate them.
88. Find ways to incorporate warmth into your home decorating style that only winter can accommodate.
89. This social solipsism expects the others, as props in their world, to accommodate their ego as all.
90. When the local supersymmetry breaks in order to accommodate awareness, dimensional collapse occurs.
91. It wasn't long before she broached the subject of a reading and I was most happy to accommodate her.
92. Torbin imagined Roidon having to have his brain greatly enlarged to accommodate the extra knowledge.
93. The bed was an unusually long one, to accommodate all six feet, seven inches of the laird’s stature.
94. As soon as I accommodate myself, I sit down and wonder: What am I doing here with these two nitwits?
95. Note that the width specifications for datetime and time formats can accommodate fractional seconds (w.
96. Never seemingly able to discover the impossibility of making it accommodate itself to such requirement.
97. The housekeeping suites require one more bed-room than the others, to accommodate a private cook.
98. They always had a place in their hearts to accommodate love and other things they could well cast aside.
99. It took time for an infection to develop, and I doubted that I had enough hours left to accommodate one.
100. Some policies accommodate all the missed premiums, and others accommodate most, but not the full amount.
1. The Queen has been very accommodating.
2. And he’s a very accommodating man as well.
3. He suggested that would be most accommodating.
4. The church is certainly capable of accommodating.
5. When shooting in Alaska, you have to be more accommodating.
6. Grandpa was more than accommodating; of course it was okay.
7. I really did not expect them to be so helpful and accommodating.
8. They were accommodating the inner structural octaves' notations.
9. The Wallers were trying to be accommodating, and i know it was.
10. Oh, certainly, Ronald answered in an accommodating tone of voice.
11. While it may sound accommodating, nothing was farther from the truth.
12. Engler is pretty accommodating, and I think he likes what he sees in me.
13. Thank you for accommodating my requests for materials and the delivery and such.
14. The inn had room although the keeper was not pleased about accommodating the bird.
15. That’s where you and your most accommodating friend come in the picture, Hilderich.
16. But above all, Henry Kissinger is an accommodating man and soon joins Nixon on the floor.
17. Success in warfare is gained by carefully accommodating ourselves to the enemy's purpose.
18. Not all designers achieve the results of accommodating an area within their backyard landscaping.
19. This created an urgency that was unwarranted, had they been more accommodating earlier in the week.
20. This busy modern city is very accommodating with many comforts for visitors and residents to enjoy.
21. In that small house, unless the inhabitants were accommodating and adaptable, daily life would be a trial.
22. Lorene was a very accommodating lady, but it was the Hatfields who nearly brought this thing crashing down.
23. I tell you what; I have an uncle, I must introduce him to you (a most accommodating and respectable old man).
24. With those she loved—with Charlie, or with Dad himself—she could be, by her own standards, accommodating.
25. She had a great sense of working with space and the rooms appeared functional and accommodating enough for a child.
26. Sir Anthony was used to the adoration of women; he wouldn't expect his previously accommodating wife to want him dead.
27. Washington accommodating whites’ segregation, Proctor became an accommodationist to his white benefactors’ liberal doctrine.
28. The bank has been more than accommodating in granting me the time off; one of the perks, perhaps of being the assistant manager.
29. That form of aggressive intensity can generate pleasure, but will never enculture attentive kindness or accommodating gentleness.
30. I recognize several of the names that came up as suspicious, most are very accommodating individuals who never cause any trouble.
31. At this time there were about seventy-five teachers on the faculty, and they lived in cottages each accommodating about a dozen persons.
32. As for him, the need of accommodating himself to her nature, which was inflexible in proportion to its negations, held him as with pincers.
33. Though she was born in Virginia, Ella and her brother and sister grew up in Littleton, North Carolina, which was more accommodating that Norfolk.
34. The weather could have been more accommodating with nasty winds blowing, but that didn’t prevent 75,000 people from attending the five pm concert.
35. Although both she and Joe were eternally grateful to his parents for accommodating them for such a long period, they longed for their privacy once more.
36. The friendliness of his disposition made him happy in accommodating those, whose situation might be considered, in comparison with the past, as unfortunate.
37. Accommodating to the tension in her relationship with her husband, Toby tells me that she becomes about an inch tall when she backs away from a confrontation.
38. However, I will thank my men on your behalf for helping her through such a tough and trying time - and you should too, for she is now a lot more accommodating.
39. A number of groups of chairs and benches were arranged at intervals round the sides and in the centre of the room, each group of seats accommodating a separate class.
40. Ingrid's body, delicate and soft beneath him, shifted with his weight, taking him in deep with accommodating gasps of air before letting him out again with sweet sighs.
41. None the less, we’ll be accommodating you at the Galaxy Hotel for the time being, unless you have relatives here in the Bay area you would prefer to stay with?
42. The largest supermarket in Waihi wasn’t large by national standards, but it did have an accommodating car park which at this time of the morning housed very few vehicles.
43. However, when Colling showed him his roll of zlotys, he became very accommodating, and suggested additional items of women’s underwear, stockings, and kerchiefs to cover the hair.
44. Georg stayed for a brief period in his one-room hideaway, and when the coast was clear and the repatriation trains had long left, he moved in with us at the pub which by now was accommodating many other refugees.
45. One is lower interest rates and an accommodating Federal Reserve that helped spur on one of the greatest real estate markets in history (and, as you already know, this was also a catalyst for the 2009 recession).
46. The first of these was the collection of money for the Treasury; the second, was the countervailing of other nations, by accommodating our duty to theirs; and the third was to protect our infant and growing manufactures.
47. The Procrastinator Militant sat at a simple stool which was much more accommodating for a soldier in search of a few moments of peace for resting his legs, rather than a man of such an office as a Procrastinator Militant.
48. With one final survey of the desk and its contents just to satisfy his own mind and to ensure that he had missed nothing, he arose from the chair slowly and realized that it had neither been comfortable nor accommodating.
49. Her maid, a deft Viennese, who had remained with this accommodating mistress for five years, quieted her by telling her that the master was better, that he was still asleep, not having slept for the greater part of the night.
50. Bambridge had been accommodating enough not only to trust him for the hire of horses and the accidental expense of ruining a fine hunter, but also to make a small advance by which he might be able to meet some losses at billiards.
51. Yet he seemed to have them eating out of his hands - the accommodating wife; the outwardly unassuming and apparently loyal secretary; the massed ranks of discarded mistresses, as well as the hopeful future ones, like Nurse Wright.
52. I belong to your Jena days; days of hard living, and working, and thinking; days when, by dint of being forced to do without certain bodily comforts, the accommodating spirit made up for it by its own increased comfort and warmth.
53. For my part, I was not going to tolerate that the old woman stood in the way of Beatrice’s destiny as if a chess piece would be with Gertrude in charge of the moves, accommodating her farmhands on the board of life, to her best expediency.
54. The English political and literary paper, The Times, in an article the other day on our finances stated that the reason our financial position was so unsatisfactory was that we had no middle-class, no big fortunes, no accommodating proletariat.
55. By accommodating the maturity level of their children by adopting their children‘s adolescent manners rather then setting themselves up as (proper) role models, parents have seemingly lost their proportional standing vis-à-vis their children.
56. Such gentlemen of accommodating temper and dependent position, who can tell a story, take a hand at cards, and who have a distinct aversion for any duties that may be forced upon them, are usually solitary creatures, either bachelors or widowers.
57. Whether the subsequent communications from this Government, affording an occasion for reconsidering the subject on the part of Great Britain, will be viewed in a more favorable light, or received in a more accommodating spirit, remains to be known.
58. Our school, near by, has a building which compares favorably with some of the Chicago school-houses, two stories and a good basement, the whole accommodating from 300 to 400 pupils, with three noble white teachers and three colored, who have graduated from this school.
59. He had unmistakably been, at some time, in good and fashionable society, had once had good connections, had possibly preserved them indeed, but, after a gay youth, becoming gradually impoverished on the abolition of serfdom, he had sunk into the position of a poor relation of the best class, wandering from one good old friend to another and received by them for his companionable and accommodating disposition and as being, after all, a gentleman who could be asked to sit down with any one, though, of course, not in a place of honor.
60. But the question ought to have been put thus,—as it would have to be put to a learned rabbi who had studied all the Talmud, and knew the exact number of letters in the Holy Scripture, and all the subtleties of his science:—What can I do, who, from unlucky circumstances, have lost my best years in study instead of accommodating myself to labour,—in learning the French language, the piano, grammar, geography, law, poetry; in reading novels, romances, philosophical theories, and in performing military exercises? what can I do, who have passed the best years of my life in idle occupations, depraving the soul? what can I do, notwithstanding these unlucky conditions of the past, in order to requite those men, who, during all this time, have fed and clothed me, and who still continue to feed and to clothe me?
1. The horses are well accommodated here.
2. SWM accommodated me in every way conceivable.
3. That difference, however, was amicably accommodated.
4. Honolulu with as many prisoners as could be accommodated.
5. There were not enough huts to have accommodated them all.
6. Although most of these parties have recently accommodated.
7. I was assured that I could be accommodated with their software.
8. Rory smiled and accommodated his friend, then with a wave, pushed.
9. Any ill or injured animal shall be isolated and accommodated in a.
10. On the whole, he accommodated himself very well to his new position.
11. An eye for an eye is God’s final judgment law accommodated by consistency.
12. LanCoste seldom and Ravan never had been so finely accommodated in their pasts.
13. The church grounds also accommodated an old cemetery that dated back to the 60s.
14. Most of the conquered tribes are quite accommodated to their role in the Khakhanate.
15. This go- down was empty at the time, and it was here that the party was accommodated.
16. However, we at the CHA feel your needs will be best accommodated at one of our centres.
17. NOT imply that "anything goes" but rather allows diversity to be accommodated in analysis.
18. There was no room for another inmate but since he was here now, he had to be accommodated.
19. The companions of Paradise on that Day will be better lodged, and more fairly accommodated.
20. Thus, have only the amount of plants that would be accommodated by your garden effectively.
21. The servant accommodated the quilted pillows in its place and kept on dusting the furniture.
22. Barracks, where sailors from ships which were in refit or building were accommodated and the.
23. It wasn’t an actual path but the soft chalk accommodated them with foot rests and handholds.
24. The school had been intended for up to seven hundred pupils, so thirty were easily accommodated.
25. The people there at the post office boxes were somewhat amused but they always accommodated her.
26. Within seconds, the area outside the bank of lifts on the second floor accommodated the two teams.
27. The rest of the Alena crew were confined in the topgallant forecastle while the officers were accommodated.
28. Mayor Gaynor estimated that more than 5000 persons could be accommodated in quarters offered through his orders.
29. The Spelmans and Kaitlyn were handsomely accommodated as well, with Kaitlyn's room adjacent to Chloe's boudoir.
30. Park lunches were traditionally work sessions but accommodated and encouraged lively give-and-take conversation.
31. The I 35 bridge was a major thoroughfare for the Twin Cities and accommodated tens of thousands of cars each day.
32. The field accommodated a few heifers that appeared to be oblivious to his presence, but nevertheless unnerved him.
33. Purchases that require cash payments may still be accommodated by the credit card through the cash advance feature.
34. There was a wreath of Middlemarch ladies accommodated with seats round the large table in the dining-room, where Mr.
35. What divinity is the requited love! Such precious feeling can only be accommodated in the fertile space of two hearts.
36. It proceeded along this narrow strip of dry land for five hundred meters before it widened and accommodated Puerto Viejo.
37. PW had accommodated me in the meantime by finding a very old clunky 21 PC monitor that I could read with only one eye.
38. The staff in the areas where the surrogates were accommodated were encouraged to mix freely with the mildly sedated girls.
39. This delicacy accommodated itself to the serge gown, finding in this harsh contact a continual reminder of heaven and of God.
40. She mentioned having been at one of his shows and eventually Presley accommodated the girl by singing a Cash tune, Hey Porter.
41. Then again, four holodecks wouldn’t have accommodated all of these people at the same time, so there were always trade offs.
42. Physicists have accommodated these two strange and seemingly paradoxical conclusion, by deciding that light is a wave-particle.
43. It simply means that the church has accommodated itself to the people whom it serves which, to me, is a Christ-like thing to do.
44. Needy Greeks were told in advance via the media that they were to form queues outside the many trucks that accommodated the food.
45. The compact living room accommodated a large wood burner, two small sofas, and by the window a dining table that came with four chairs.
46. I'd read that the doggy position is favoured in Arab societies for heterosexual sex, and over the centuries the penis has accommodated.
47. The industry of Great Britain, instead of being accommodated to a great number of small markets, has been principally suited to one great market.
48. No one ever returns to pick up what is left behind and those that wish to have their effects removed or donated are accommodated without question.
49. Yet, when that proposition should be disposed of, the whole of the difficulty would not be surmounted, as much would still remain to be accommodated.
50. I emptied the two-storey house that accommodated the large depot on the ground floor and my offices above, and squeezed them inside the factory building.
51. By 1920, American missions agencies, governed by white board members, accommodated European governments’ efforts to keep black missionaries out of Africa.
52. Salvin, who, owing to his lameness, was accommodated with a chair, the amusing thing about a party is to watch the people--coming and going, coming and going.
53. To my surprise he said, Sure, and went straight into the studio and overdubbed a pass of great punctuation marks, in fact far more than could be accommodated.
54. On festal occasions in the country the whole party is usually accommodated for the night, or indeed for as many nights as desired, within the house of the entertainer.
55. Now, it is very possible that a much larger proportion of the twenty-five thousand men that can be accommodated in this regiment, may choose to go to Canada on horseback.
56. Leasco accommodated them, entering into an agreement with the Corroon & Black and the MacArthur interests on July 23, 1968, at which time Reliance common was selling at 69.
57. Twoflower hung on as best he could as Ninereeds swooped through a succession of caverns and soared around a spiral staircase that could easily have accommodated a retreating army.
58. In other words, we have at hand a certain sequence and it is important to know the base point via which this sequence will be accommodated as a package into the current schedule.
59. The gentleman from Maryland has stated several cases in which the State banks, and the banks of this Territory have accommodated the Government where the United States had refused.
60. The Coast Guard accommodated contemporary lighthouse nostalgia by transferring the historic facilities to other government agencies, private organizations and historical societies.
61. But there are six concords to be accommodated, instead of two; and it is evident that all the pairs cannot have their temperament inversely as their frequency, since the numbers a, b, &c.
62. If it’s good enough for women to have adequate health care, its good enough for men—but they haven’t! Women are far better accommodated than men in both prevention and cure of ailments.
63. He arrived in London in May for his coronation and was accommodated in the Tower of London, which was then a royal residence, Richard who was with mother in sanctuary now joined him there in June.
64. Once everyone had been accommodated, Jeanne locked herself up in her private office and, taking out a key she always wore on herself, opened a large, solid oak cabinet, revealing her personal arsenal.
65. In Mbeya, Karlheinz accommodated me in a house of one Catholic woman who was also a member of the youth organization; she had 2 daughters and one 15 years old boy named Alex who I was sharing a room with.
66. Stoically, he suppressed grief as his trained eyes accommodated the darkness and he sidled up to the sulfurous pen, squinting as the satiated boar mouthed the grunts of curiosity and idled towards this newcomer.
67. It was as though the ambitious couple accommodated each other's interests for marital amity but the way they gave allowances to each other’s obsessions finally led their union into a state of materialistic coma.
68. Pocket was at home, and was in a little difficulty, on account of the baby's having been accommodated with a needle-case to keep him quiet during the unaccountable absence (with a relative in the Foot Guards) of Millers.
69. What follows is an exploration of the this alternative dimension, as I see it, with some explanation of how what we know, scientifically to be true, can be maintained and accommodated without breaking the laws of physics.
70. I am only grateful that Alastair, being of a typical artistic temperament, is not overly bothered with practicalities and can camp here without going insane as long as the one or two things which are important to him are accommodated.
71. Thus, the principle purpose of diversification, which is to dampen the price swings in the portfolio, is accommodated much more fully than if diversification simply meant owning 30 stocks and making sure they all aren't in the same industry.
72. And so, all who were in the inn being arranged in front of the show, some of them standing, and Don Quixote, Sancho, the page, and cousin, accommodated with the best places, the interpreter began to say what he will hear or see who reads or hears the next chapter.
73. The viceregal houseparty which included many wellknown ladies was chaperoned by Their Excellencies to the most favourable positions on the grandstand while the picturesque foreign delegation known as the Friends of the Emerald Isle was accommodated on a tribune directly opposite.
74. The first reformers found the Greek text of the New Testament, and even the Hebrew text of the Old, more favourable to their opinions than the vulgate translation, which, as might naturally be supposed, had been gradually accommodated to support the doctrines of the Catholic Church.
75. By suiting, besides, to one particular market only, so great a part of the industry and commerce of Great Britain, it has rendered the whole state of that industry and commerce more precarious and less secure, than if their produce had been accommodated to a greater variety of markets.
76. The effect of the monopoly has been, not to augment the quantity, but to alter the quality and shape of a part of the manufactures of Great Britain, and to accommodate to a market, from which the returns are slow and distant, what would otherwise have been accommodated to one from which the returns are frequent and near.
77. Unquestionable, he found the word destroy used in an accommodated or figurative sense, but does that prove that it was a figurative sense in the flood? This is proof positive that he is laboring to bring both the figurative and literal under one and the same sense, obliteration the literal and making it all figurative.
78. Farfan was giving samples of an intense nervousness, the more nervous he was, the most he accommodated the knot of the tie stripe, smoothed his mustache with a thin silk shawl that clarified the drops of the perspiration that were sprouting from his front covering his cheeks up to stopping, tangled, in the thin threads of the mustache.
79. It is estimated that the next census will give seven millions two hundred thousand souls, which, according to the present ratio of representation, would give to this House two hundred and eighteen members—a greater number than could be accommodated within these walls, and a greater body of men than could progress with the business of the House.
80. We have some evidence of this gradation of habit; for, as Schiodte remarks: We accordingly look upon the subterranean faunas as small ramifications which have penetrated into the earth from the geographically limited faunas of the adjacent tracts, and which, as they extended themselves into darkness, have been accommodated to surrounding circumstances.
81. Not only were huge sums offered for the horses and carts, but on the previous evening and early in the morning of the first of September, orderlies and servants sent by wounded officers came to the Rostovs’ and wounded men dragged themselves there from the Rostovs’ and from neighboring houses where they were accommodated, entreating the servants to try to get them a lift out of Moscow.
82. Not only were huge sums offered for the horses and carts, but on the previous evening and early in the morning of the first of September, orderlies and servants sent by wounded officers came to the Rostóvs’ and wounded men dragged themselves there from the Rostóvs’ and from neighboring houses where they were accommodated, entreating the servants to try to get them a lift out of Moscow.
83. Having studied what is around them and having completely satiated their curiosity, they will come out of various buildings that had temporarily attracted and accommodated them, and after they become the same unified group again, they will continue their journey in order to explore in the same way, in detail and deeply, other spaces formed by some other settlements that may attract them.
84. The usual upshot of this sort of thing is a vast explosion but, since universes are fairly resilient things, this particular universe had saved itself by instantaneously unravelling its spacetime continuum back to a point where the surplus atoms could safely be accommodated and then rapidly rewinding back to that circle of firelight which for want of a better term its inhabitants were wont to call The Present.
85. Our manufactures for foreign sale, instead of being suited, as before the act of navigation, to the neighbouring market of Europe, or to the more distant one of the countries which lie round the Mediterranean sea, have the greater part of them, been accommodated to the still more distant one of the colonies; to the market in which they have the monopoly, rather than to that in which they have many competitors.
86. Grant's very great kindness, it was impossible for him and his horses to be accommodated where they now were without material inconvenience; but his attachment to that neighbourhood did not depend upon one amusement or one season of the year: he had set his heart upon having a something there that he could come to at any time, a little homestall at his command, where all the holidays of his year might be spent, and he might find himself continuing, improving, and perfecting that friendship and intimacy with the Mansfield Park family which was increasing in value to him every day.
87. Grant’s very great kindness, it was impossible for him and his horses to be accommodated where they now were without material inconvenience; but his attachment to that neighbourhood did not depend upon one amusement or one season of the year: he had set his heart upon having a something there that he could come to at any time, a little homestall at his command, where all the holidays of his year might be spent, and he might find himself continuing, improving, and perfecting that friendship and intimacy with the Mansfield Park family which was increasing in value to him every day.
88. Yet now I ask: what could be more curious and strange than the Cycle of Child-bearing, the Phases of Pregnancy? There is, for instance, the First Phase, when one wishes to quite undo the Babe, because one feels its Presence as an Invasion at one’s very Centre; then the Second, when one feels the first delicate Stirrings of Life within (as if the Tail of a tiny Mermaid had brusht against one’s Heart and all one’s Inner Being were a gentle Sea with small Waves lapping); then the Third, when the Child grows bigger and ’tis very like a Puppy wiggling, tickling, e’en licking within; then the Fourth, when it grows the Size of a great Melon and causes one to make Water four Times an Hour, and indeed wakes up just when one lyes down to sleep, and falls to sleep just when one walks or rides or goes abroad; then the Fifth Phase, when the Child becomes a true Burden, heavier under the Heart than Lead and yet, for all its cumbrous Weight, more lov’d as well (for now it seems real rather than fanciful to the Mother and so she can better bear the Discomfort of its Heaviness); and then the Sixth Phase, when the Mother begins to grow immobile, fearful of Death in Childbed, (with Nights full of Dreams of Monsters, and Days full of Dreams of Childbirth Horrors); then the Seventh, when the Pregnancy grows long as the longest Day of Summer and the Mother forgets she hath e’er been slender of Form or will e’er be again, and ev’ry Step is an Effort not to make Water by Chance in the Street, and ev’ry Motion causes Pain and ev’ry Night is sleepless (because turn as she will this way and that, the Child cannot be accommodated whilst it kicks her Lungs and butts its bony Head against her Bowels); and then the Eighth Phase, the Phase of Immense Impatience and Weariness, when she believes the Child will ne’er be born (and she is glad, for then she may not dye but only endure Pregnancy for all Eternity!); and then the Ninth Phase, when the Moon is full as a Bladder of pale Wine, and the Sea glows with its rotund Reflection and the Mother fears Death more than e’er before; and then, at last, the Tenth Phase, when the Waters break and the Pains begin, slowly at first, and then tumultuous; and she knows she has no Choyce now, but must give birth or burst; for she cannot turn back, cannot take another Road thro’ the Forest, another Canal to the Sea, and she, like her Babe, is pusht headlong into the Dance of Life and Death, turning, whirling, moaning, writhing; and whether she shall live or dye she does not know, but the Pain grows so terrible at the Last that, i’faith, she does not e’en care!.
89. I asked John to go down to the turn-pike-house, where I had dismissed the chaise, and bring my trunk, which I had left there: and then, while I removed my bonnet and shawl, I questioned Mary as to whether I could be accommodated at the Manor House for the night; and finding that arrangements to that effect,.
1. Inhabited since 1950, Alert accommodates a weather station and signals intelligence base.
2. Jo had sex with Lor! Ryodan saw it happening, and it turns out he’s actually got a code of ethics that accommodates humans.
3. Not so much because you thought really long and hard about the metaphysical concerns associated with your ideology, but because it accommodates your perversion.
4. The building is named after the chained portcullis used to symbolise the Houses of Parliament on letterheads and official documents, and today it accommodates about a third of members of parliament.
5. To make it simple for you, for roleplay purposes, the ID is the State as the infrastructure of your social being; the superego is the panopticonic security State, and you, like IM is to IT, are an egozen, a resident of a State sanctioned subculture that accommodates itself to the ill state by inhabiting a sick cultural psyche.
6. The ISO standard accommodates missing components, so it is legal to have the value "2012-11," which clearly indicates, "During the month of November, but the exact day is unknown," and, "At some time on the day of…" The SAS datetime value has to provide both exact date and exact time, so "2012-11" is set to 12:00 AM, November 1, 2012, using the default replacements for missing components.

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