In addition, and perhaps more importantly, they get bosses accustomed
to diverse ideas.
Buckley was right, but it's fair to say that it took a while before we conservatives accustomed
ourselves to the idea.
"So far I have not publicly criticized work of the State Revenue Service because the head of the service needs time to get accustomed
to the work and come up with the planned changes.
The 'Walk The Line' star said that he could imagine it in the case of an actor like Johnny Depp, who for years has had such a level of fame that he is somewhat accustomed
We become accustomed
to being tired when we first wake up in the morning, we get accustomed
to having coffee, it becomes normal to be ravenous by 10am despite having a considerable amount of calories at breakfast, it even becomes normal to see urine that looks the same colour as most popular lagers when we go to the loo.
These changes have produced a generation of young Americans who are not only less accustomed
to peace, but also more accustomed
to ceding power to government.Will the current state of US foreign policy embed war-making in the DNA of the next generation, or will over a decade of perpetual war eventually be rejected in favor of a renewed preference for liberty and peace?
However, he of course doesn't speak the Queen's English to which you are so accustomed
and his coarse language has hurt your very sensitive ears which I am sure are not accustomed
to such crass language.
Where an employee is directed to report for duty to a place of work other than the employee's accustomed
place of work, the employee shall travel to and from the alternative place of work in the employer's time for those periods in excess of time normally taken to travel to and from the accustomed
place of work.
Summary: Colin Firth has admitted he would like to try some riskier acting roles rather than the more suited ones he has become accustomed
[Over recent years, most Muslim women and girls in this predominantely Muslim girls have been accustomed
to appearing in public wearing the Islamic headdress.]
Summary: In a spartan six-story building on a muddy side street in Algiers, Nadia Derafa and Mohamed el Aasar have grown accustomed
to working late into the night.
: an unusual way of behaving or thinking that is characteristic of a person <When you know someone a long time, you become accustomed
to their idiosyncrasies.
According to the Times, federal officials "had become accustomed
in recent years to having any mention of a link between climate trends and human activities played down or trimmed when drafts of documents went to the Commerce Department and the White House for approval."
LAST DAYS continues and end-of-world saga begun in PEEPS, but no prior familiarity is needed to quickly become accustomed
to plot and action.
While we've grown comfortably accustomed
to having whatever food we want, during any season and at any hour, Sandor Ellix Katz, author of The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved (Chelsea Green Publishing Company, $20), says that that convenience comes at a substantial cost.