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Others think “mom-and-pop landlords” who tend to deal with lower-income tenants have been more accommodating or reluctant to lose tenants than expected.
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE EVICTION TSUNAMI?YULIYA PANFILJANUARY 11, 2022FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
If we actually want to change social structures to be more equal, more inclusive, more accommodating of human differences, we can’t blind ourselves to a major source of those differences.
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For one, many companies have implemented hybrid telecommuting work schedules or staggered in-person hours, meaning fewer people in the office and thus a more accommodating environment to introduce four-legged office mates.
SOME WORKERS ARE CHOOSING THEIR PETS OVER THEIR JOBS AS OFFICES REOPEN, BUT WILL ANIMAL-FRIENDLY WORKPLACES CATCH ON?MELISSA CHANJULY 7, 2021TIME
Agencies, as a whole, went out of their way to be extremely accommodating.
‘WALK THE WALK OF YOUR CORPORATE VALUES’: CONFESSIONS OF A DIGITAL AGENCY EXEC ON LOST LEVERAGE IN ITS CLIENT RELATIONSHIP DUE TO COVIDKRISTINA MONLLOSMARCH 12, 2021DIGIDAY
My agency has still been pretty accommodating, but you can almost feel this sense that they’re kind of over it.
‘I’M WORRIED ABOUT MY JOB’: CONFESSIONS OF A STRESSED OUT ACD ON HOMESCHOOLING HIS SON AND WORKING FROM HOMEKRISTINA MONLLOSAUGUST 13, 2020DIGIDAY
She really hasn't been well, and her superior officer is an accommodating old sort.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
At Oulton, Bullen has a number of craft, ranging from a large pleasure wherry accommodating twelve persons, and let at 12l.
YACHTING VOL. 2VARIOUS.
The bench (subsellium) differed from the stool only in accommodating more than one person.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
These small rooms are supposed to be the sleeping-rooms of the gladiators, each accommodating two persons.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
Along each side there is a row of free seats—about 50 altogether—capable of accommodating upwards of 300 persons.
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