1 That done, we gradually began to settle down and to accommodate ourselves to our new surroundings.
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2 I hope I have learnt how to accommodate myself to the changes of life.
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3 The carriage would not accommodate so many.
4 Had Fabius, therefore, been King of Rome, he might well have caused the war to end unhappily, not knowing how to accommodate his methods to the change in the times.
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5 As we then had no room large enough to accommodate all who would be present, the place of meeting was under a large improvised arbour, built partly of brush and partly of rough boards.
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6 They preferred taking it out of doors, under the trees, and I set a little table to accommodate them.
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7 When my mother removes into another house my services shall be readily given to accommodate her as far as I can.
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8 For truly, the Right Whale's mouth would accommodate a couple of whist-tables, and comfortably seat all the players.
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9 A vacancy in the heart does not accommodate itself to a stop-gap.
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10 Put by Rosedale in terms of business-like give-and-take, this understanding took on the harmless air of a mutual accommodation, like a transfer of property or a revision of boundary lines.
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11 This is mere commercial accommodation.
12 And meantime trainloads of supplies were coming in for their accommodation, including beer and whisky, so that they might not be tempted to go outside.
13 The apartment into which Duncan and his guide first entered, had been exclusively devoted to her accommodation.
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14 It will be a special accommodation to all concerned, if you don't.
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15 The more drawers and closets there were, the more hiding-holes could Dinah make for the accommodation of old rags, hair-combs, old shoes, ribbons, cast-off artificial flowers, and other articles of vertu, wherein her soul delighted.
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