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An Irishman fights before he reasons, a Scotchman reasons before he fights, an Englishman is not particular as to the order of precedence, but will do either to accommodate his customers(Quote by - Charles Caleb Colton)

Agents and producers have to get you into a box to accommodate their limited imaginations. (Quote by - Imelda Staunton)

It is intended to supplement whatever service the family will arrange and perhaps accommodate mourners who might not otherwise have an opportunity to pay their respects. (Quote by - Brian O'Dwyer)

Certainly we hope that the moves accommodate student's needs. (Quote by - James Street)

We forget a very important part of this thing is the multiplier effect it will have just by its presence here, And that is hotels, restaurants, homes and the entire support system needed to accommodate 4 million tourists per year. It all makes for a r. (Quote by - Arthur Cheliotes)

There was a time when I thought if I see Victoria Beckham's face any more I'm going t forget my 11 times tables because my brain is going to dislodge old information to accommodate the new. (Quote by - Dylan Moran)

People need to understand that National Guard members are not trained police officers and they don't instantly become trained police officers, ... They are not familiar with arrest procedures, weapons training or equipment typically used by police, so we are legitimately concerned about liability. However, the mayor made the decision to accommodate the request since Congress asked for it. (Quote by - Anthony Williams)

We wanted to make this move as a way to accommodate UAPB with their travel to the game while also remaining sensitive to the victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. We believe this is the best solution for all parties involved. (Quote by - Robert Raines)

Certainly we want to accommodate riders with the best schedule. (Quote by - Marc Magliari)

The best actors instinctively feel out what the other actors need, and they just accommodate it. - commenting on working with actors who have distinctively different styles. (Quote by - Christopher Nolan)

It's a little bit strange, but I don't think the neighborhood should change just to accommodate me. (Quote by - Roberta Cohen)

Those discussions are being held again. Base Commander Sean Sullivan would like to have a firing range large enough to accommodate the base and the southeastern Connecticut law enforcement community. (Quote by - James Butler)

When we see ourselves in a situation which must be endured and gone through, it is best to make up our minds to meet it with firmness, and accommodate everything to it in the best way practical. This lessons the evil, while fretting and fuming only serve to increase your own torments. (Quote by - Thomas Jefferson)

With extreme gamers pushing their systems to the limit, the integrity of the power supply becomes the critical focal point for extending the life of a PC, ... In contrast to other companies that keep their prices lower by offering cheaper power supplies that cannot accommodate the power demands of the latest and fastest processors, MGE's 100% replacement warranty on its external power supplies gives extreme gamers 'power to spare'. (Quote by - Alan Hunter)

We expect to be able to accommodate all of the residents who want to remain in Palmer and any women who want to move there. If no one [from Somerville] is interested in moving to Palmer, then we would not open it up to the general [female] population. (Quote by - Alicia Browne)

The platform is something that has got to accommodate everything. It is not the old idea of a platform: a proprietary platform where everything fits together providing everything you use has our label. The new architecture stack caters for the past, it caters for the present, and also the future. (Quote by - Graham Kingsmill)

So I vowed to keep myself alive, but only if I would never use me again for just me -- each one of us is born of two, and we really belong to each other. I vowed to do my own thinking, instead of trying to accommodate everyone else' opinion, credo's and theories. I vowed to apply my inventory of experiences to the solving of problems that affect everyone aboard planet Earth. (Quote by - Richard Buckminster Fuller)

The courts demand that every religious person must accommodate a single atheist who might be 'offended' at the favorable mention of God's name. But no atheist can be forced to accommodate a single religious person who might be offended by the atheist's unbelief, or who wants to be part of the pluralism and diversity about which liberals regularly speak, but which is not broad enough to embrace people who believe in God. (Quote by - Cal Thomas)

Patience, time and money accommodate all things. (Quote by - George Herbert)

So the domestic novel can accommodate, should accommodate, a lot of extremity. (Quote by - Nick Hornby)

With the addition of Halo-View, which speeds up data display to accommodate today's high-data volume, extremely complex designs, Halo users now have a very efficient layout viewer to support large-scale data, super high-speed display and multiple formats. (Quote by - Avni Ozan)

America is the world's living myth. There's no sense of wrong when you kill an American or blame America for some local disaster. This is our function, to be character types, to embody recurring themes that people can use to comfort themselves, justify themselves and so on. We're here to accommodate. Whatever people need, we provide. A myth is a useful thing. (Quote by - Don Delillo)

The question is how do we accommodate those people while still protecting what we all value about the West. (Quote by - Luther Propst)

I can't say we were able to accommodate every issue, but we answered and made accommodations where we could. (Quote by - Jamie Wilson)

Lukewarm persons think they may accommodate points of religion by middle ways and witty reconcilements,--as if they would make an arbitrament between God and man. (Quote by - Sir Francis Bacon)


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