Accommodation Related Quotes
“Even though it would be challenging to have (accommodation) reviews going on in a lot of areas, it may be necessary in order to connect the dots. Some of us feel the responsibility to do this right.”
I got live tweeted once by someone who was opposite my home in some rented accommodation. He was actually describing on twitter what I was doing. 'I took a shirt off, I went to the window, I put a shirt back on... ' And I've got blinds in my flat!
“The life history of the individual is first and foremost an accommodation to the patterns and standards traditionally handed down in his community.”
Palestinian and Israeli leaders finally recover the Road Map to Peace, only to discover that, while they were looking for it, the Lug Nuts of Mutual Interest came off the Front Left Wheel of Accommodation, causing the Sport Utility Vehicle of Progress to crash into the Ditch of Despair.
As far as design theorists are concerned, theistic evolution is American evangelicalism's ill-conceived accommodation to Darwinism .
“All accommodation, transportation, insurance and registration fees are being sponsored by Move One.”
God has disclosed of himself in human words with such magnificent self accommodation to our limitations. Precisely so that we may be his holy people and reverence everything that he says, cherish it, value it, and thus live it out.
When Johnson decided to fight for passage of the law John F. Kennedy had put before Congress in June 1963 banning segregation in places of public accommodation, he believed he was taking considerable political risks.
“The question is going to come down to if it's reasonable accommodation or not. We can not comment on a potential case but in general people should be accommodated to enjoy a facility to the same extent as any non-disabled person. I am providing (Mr. Paulsen) what is considered very reasonable accommodations. Just get me a slip and we will (issue a card) and it's done.”
As long as the differences and diversities of mankind exist, democracy must allow for compromise, for accommodation, and for the recognition of differences.