“You seem to have an accommodating disposition,” laughed Tommy.
Beasley said he would do it, just to be accommodating, and by so doing made a blunder.
The Chicago Department of Aviation said in a statement Monday afternoon that the incident was "not in accordance with" standard operating procedure and the officer's actions were "not condoned" by the department.
The officer involved was placed on administrative leave effective Monday pending review of the situation, the department said.
He will most often succeed in accommodating his sentiments to those of his conjoint.
With an accommodating chaperon who knew no German, the couple could do and say what they pleased.
For accommodations "lodgings and entertainment," see accommodation. Even in his most accommodating mood he inspires a dread of treachery.
of accomodare "make fit, adapt, fit one thing to another," from ad- "to" commodare "make fit," from commodus "fit" (see commode). You wanted to go to sea, but he jumped at the chance of accommodating your desire with a vengeance.
But I am an accommodating man, and we can come to terms very easily.For example, in 2006 a French subsidiary of a US company was given a hefty fine for delivering certain highly technical documents and software interfaces to its employees in the English language only, and this was upheld by the appellate court.Another broad provision of the law is that it makes it mandatory for commercial advertisements and public announcements to be given in French.One broad provision of the law applying to workplaces is that "any document that contains obligations for the employee or provisions whose knowledge is necessary for the performance of one's work must be written in French." Among other things, this means that computer software developed outside France must have its user interface and instruction manuals translated into French to be legally used by companies in France.The law includes an exception that "these provisions do not apply to documents coming from abroad", but this exception has been interpreted narrowly by the appellate courts.