accommodative


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helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation

willing to adjust to differences in order to obtain agreement

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tending to reconcile or accommodate

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In contrast, the convent community accepts a more fluid notion of identity that enables ongoing, accommodative coalition work.
The purpose of the present study is not to address this cognitive issue but to examine whether dark focus measures, obtained either with or without active (attentive) viewing, are differentially correlated with accommodative performance when one is viewing a simple visual display.
The first survey sought to determine teachers' perceptions of the reasonableness of accommodative strategies that can be used to meet the learning needs of students who are LD.
This suggests a continuation of their accommodative policies.
Monetary policy will remain accommodative for a considerable period.
Myopes tend to show more enhanced accommodative convergence (esophoria and elevated AC/ A ratios), along with insufficient accommodative responses (accommodative lag) compared to their emmetropic counterparts.
He said low inflation gives the BSP space to be more accommodative of economic growth.
But it added that "underlying economic fundamentals and accommodative financial conditions should lend some support to growth momentum".
stocks soared Thursday, with the Dow and S&P 500 crossing above their record closing highs, after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke stressed during a speech Wednesday that monetary policy would remain accommodative for the foreseeable future.
The Fed's accommodative monetary policy actions since the financial crisis have lent meaningful support to the economic recovery, as the central bank has relied on forward guidance about the path of the federal funds rate and large-scale asset purchases, Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen said at a Washington, DC, conference sponsored by the International Monetary Fund.
Even though we raised interest rates today, the monetary policy stance still can be said to be accommodative," said, Governor Kim Choong-soo.
Blur-driven, or reflex, accommodation likely provides a large contribution to the overall accommodative response.
there was no change in the bank's stance to maintain its very accommodative
In the last few years, monetary policy at the three main central banks--the Fed, the European Central Bank, and the Bank of Japan--has been extremely accommodative.
If the current monetary policy is neutral rather than accommodative, analysts have asserted that rate rises should soon remit, although most expect the Fed to raise rates by a quarter point again at its next meeting on January 31, 2006 --Alan Greenspan's last meeting as the Federal Reserve's chairman.