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The life history of the individual is first and foremost an accommodation to the patterns and standards traditionally handed down in his community. (Quote by - Ruth Benedict)

We arrange accommodation, transportation and connect student participants with the host organization. But we operate on a cooperative leadership model, so there's no assigned trip leader. (Quote by - Chris Konieczka)

We are comfortable asking for this accommodation in light of the ongoing contribution our railroad makes to our fellow citizens. (Quote by - Michael Sussman)

This whole thing with the neighbors is unfortunate. One would think that there could have been some accommodation. If they were bothered about some aspect of it, why didn't they go to the Trees committee and talk to them?(Quote by - Frank Crandall)

Every acquisition of accommodation becomes material for assimilation, but assimilation always resists new accommodations. (Quote by - Jean Piaget)

During the earliest stages of thought, accommodation remains on the surface of physical as well as social experience. (Quote by - Jean Piaget)

Commemoration of Lanfranc, Prior of Le Bec, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1089 The denominations, churches, sects, are sociological groups whose principle of differentiation is to be sought in their conformity to the order of social classes and castes. It would not be true to affirm that the denominations are not religious groups with religious purposes; but it is true that they represent the accommodation of religion to the caste system. They are emblems, therefore, of the victory of the world over the church, of the secularization of Christianity, of the church's sanction of that divisiveness which the church's gospel condemns. (Quote by - Niebuhr, H. Richard)

The poor suffer twice at the rioter's hands. First, his destructive fury scars their neighborhood; second, the atmosphere of accommodation and consent is changed to one of hostility and resentment. (Quote by - Lyndon B. Johnson)

They're not saying who bought it. I guess our only hope is to approach the new owners and see if they have any inclination to preserve some of the trees or make some accommodation for use of the stream borders. (Quote by - Darrel Whipple)


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