“Those who are continually with the natives in these gatherings do get "acclimated," but I am having a hard struggle along these lines.”
“After Little Wanderobo Dog became "acclimated" to the warm and friendly atmosphere of hospitality of the camp, he began to show evidences of tact and diplomacy.”
“Everybody said he was "acclimated" now, and said it cheerfully.”
“We're kind of acclimated to it up here up in this country," he said.”
“We'd have been far better served by a person of Edwards 'abilities, who had first been tested (and "acclimated" if you will) by a turn as a state legislator, a mayor, or some similar testing post.”
“The entire staff at Larger Than Lyfe Entertainment worked around the clock to help Misha become fully acclimated with day-to-day procedure at the busy record label.”
“You have to imagine that you're not in your own kitchen, so you're totally not acclimated to everything around you.”
“As it becomes easier to store and share this information, I think more people will do this as a happenstance of using more social software — and will become acclimated to providing their friends and service providers with varying degrees of access to increasing amounts of personally describing data.”
“That should be fun, until I get myself acclimated and learn my way around.”
“Looking at them more than half a century later, some pieces retain their latent potential to inspire bewilderment, or even an obdurate, gut-wrenching distaste but by now we've also become acclimated to some of their more characteristic images.”
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