- n. Plural form of accommodation.
“* Truth In Labeling – This amendment would require any Senator renting accommodations from a organization which actively lobbies the Senate during that session of Congress to register as a lobbyist.”
“I mean, aside from not killing the person, which I continue to favor, as I expect visiting you in your current accommodations is much more pleasant.”
“Annette Gerritsen of the Netherlands, on the difference in accommodations for the speedskating teams.”
“Failing to think that people should not have a right to be free from racial discrimination in employment or public accommodations is to assert that such discrimination is not a truly greatevil.”
“Not wanting to be subject to racial discrimination in employment or public accommodations is a “mere preference.””
“Racial discrimination in employment or public accommodations is never positive and is always evil and repugnant.”
“Either way you look at it, someone who advocates legalizing racial discrimination in employment or in the provision of public accommodations is fairly described as a racist.”
“In other words, saying that you only believe in property rights, but not the right to be free from racial discrimination in employment and public accommodations is not a defense from charges of racism.”
“Emmanuel buttoned up his grubby jacket, plastered down errant strands of hair and approached Dover, the Edwardian-style apartment box that housed his “fully furnished short-term accommodations.””
“If Islam is so important to these backward androids, they should immediately relocate to an Islamic Republic, not demand accommodations from the majority in a secular nation.”
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