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accommodate
used in The Bourne Supremacy

18 uses
  • Perhaps you can reach an accommodation.'
    Chapter 10 (34% in)
  • The screeching Aiyas! of the street merchants were muted with the shadows, and quiet negotiations in the upper regions of the cold, majestic structures of glass and steel that marked the colony's skyline were ending with nods and shrugs and brief smiles of silent accommodation.
    Chapter 1 (5% in)
  • Through him and men like him we've reached accommodations.
    Chapter 2 (76% in)
  • Again the younger man ducked under the counter and quickly resumed his position in front of David, his accommodating eyes as wide as they could be in anticipation.
    Chapter 8 (21% in)
  • 'You are displeased with the accommodations, Mr Cruett?
    Chapter 8 (22% in)
  • 'Mr Liang is very accommodating,' said David.
    Chapter 8 (39% in)
  • Then he saw in his mind's eye the masses of humanity meshing through the jammed, colourful, frequently filthy streets, and the crowded hotel lobbies and lounges with their softly lit chandeliers of gold filigree where the well-dressed remnants of the empire reluctantly mingled with the emerging Chinese entrepreneurs — the old crown and the new money had to find accommodation... Alleyways?
    Chapter 8 (44% in)
  • Accommodation was swift and professional; an attache case was provided without comment for the transport of the funds, and the offer of a guard to accompany him to his hotel was made should he feel more comfortable with one.
    Chapter 8 (97% in)
  • To any inquiries, the consulate was to comment only that during the next month numerous representatives of the American government and American industry would be flying into the colony at various undetermined times, and security as well as the efficacy of accommodations warranted the lease.
    Chapter 11 (52% in)
  • An accommodating Hong Kong government, in deference to Peking and in the desire for 'full coverage', had supplied ponchos and squares of canvas and cheap pocket raincoats for all who wanted them.
    Chapter 19 (50% in)
  • Say your room was broken into by a raging drunk, furious over the accommodation — that's what they're saying.
    Chapter 23 (9% in)
  • The majesty of its sheer vastness first catches the visitor's eye, then the architectural immensity of the Great Hall of the People on the right, where reception areas accommodate as many as three thousand people.
    Chapter 23 (49% in)
  • Very fine accommodations.
    Chapter 24 (47% in)
  • Accommodations can be reached.
    Chapter 30 (98% in)
  • Accommodations!
    Chapter 30 (98% in)
  • I can change my colour to accommodate the forest, lean shift with the wind by smelling it.
    Chapter 32 (92% in)
  • Peking will make ideological adjustments to benefit from the West's marketplace, but there'll be no accommodation for even the hint of organized crime.'
    Chapter 33 (27% in)
  • If they were, there might have been accommodations, compromises, and you would have it still.
    Chapter 37 (65% in)

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