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verb as in entertain, accommodate

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There are a host of enzymes dedicated to RNA’s destruction floating around inside cells and nearly everywhere else.

On the show this week, Lewis along with fellow hosts Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby, reviewed Faulconer’s flirtation with a run for governor and how that may match up with trends in his political career of being the No.

Ezra Klein, who rose to prominence as a policy blogger, including at The Washington Post, will become a columnist and podcast host at the Times, he said on Friday.

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield joins a host of other leaders of companies that have benefitted from some of the changes to business wrought by the pandemic.

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Yalitza Aparicio made her hosting debutThe awards show had a couple of host shake-ups in the days leading up to the ceremony.

Three years ago, Republican Guard soldiers came into the hills and killed a cleric accused of hosting Jundullah fighters.

Suppose my hotel “conscientiously objects” to hosting a gay couple.

A lawyer for RSD reportedly contacted sites hosting archived RSD material demanding its removal.

If the vendor is hosting the device, what does their system look like in terms of firewalls and other protections?

Chefs have been on the trend for years, hosting underground dinner parties and after-hour meals for staff.

Wherefore, to my mind, we were best to make no tarrying, but send out the messengers for the hosting straightway.

They also took counsel in what manner they should proceed on their hosting.

They were birds of love that flew, for this was a hosting of happiness, and, therefore the Shee would not bring weapons with them.

Before Bellingham came to Ireland a hosting into Leix had been proclaimed, and he carried it out promptly.

A hosting was accordingly proclaimed for thirty-one days, and the army mustered at Carrickfergus.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hosting, such as: receive, introduce, present, treat, wine and dine, and do the honors.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.