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accommodate
used in The Bourne Identity

20 uses
  • It was an accommodation, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (10% in)
  • A monstrous rolling wave accommodated; he was on the crest, surrounded by pockets of foam and darkness.
    Chapter 1 (12% in)
  • He had been right: exhibits used on the stage of Suite Seven had to be trucked in, the exit door high enough and wide enough to accommodate large displays.
    Chapter 5 (81% in)
  • You're not only second-rate, you're accommodating.
    Chapter 8 (30% in)
  • Monsieur d'Amacourt's secretary was less accommodating, the bank officer's screening process activated, as Marie had predicted.
    Chapter 11 (61% in)
  • Bourne asked for a booth in the corner; the waiter accommodated.
    Chapter 12 (13% in)
  • So it was an accommodation ... to kill a man?
    Chapter 17 (10% in)
  • From what I've gathered, she's a font of social information, although she probably couldn't tell me anything except that she did someone a favor-an accommodation-and that someone will turn out to be someone else who did another favor for another someone.
    Chapter 18 (30% in)
  • I can change my color to accommodate any backdrop in the forest, I can shift with the wind by smelling it.
    Chapter 21 (22% in)
  • A man like Walther Apfel didn't do what he did to accommodate a trap.
    Chapter 21 (34% in)
  • He was on a terrace used for dining in the spring and summer months, a tiled floor that could accommodate ten to fifteen tables.
    Chapter 24 (81% in)
  • There was, however, one sizable space on the left, across from the general's house; it could accommodate both their cars.
    Chapter 25 (54% in)
  • If anyone tried to phone him or asked where he had spent the night, an accommodating major from the Pentagon would supply a false answer.
    Chapter 32 (7% in)
  • The small restaurant was closed, his presence there an accommodation made by a friend from the old days, the better days.
    Chapter 32 (41% in)
  • If there's no accommodation you fade; that's what I thought you did, and I was willing to pass on you, to convince the others to let you fade!
    Chapter 32 (80% in)
  • As a NATO accommodation.
    Chapter 33 (89% in)
  • It was not something you would have studied in Novgorod; the Soviets had no such accommodations.
    Chapter 34 (8% in)
  • Apparently it was an accommodation of the Conseiller Militaire.
    Chapter 34 (17% in)
  • And who placed so high in Paris would accommodate Delta?
    Chapter 34 (18% in)
  • The assassin was accommodating, but as he looked at that door, Jason instinctively knew one thing about it that Carlos did not know.
    Chapter 35 (76% in)

There are no more uses of "accommodate" in The Bourne Identity.

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