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accompaniment

Music a subordinate part for an instrument, voices, or an orchestra

accompaniment

A decoration added to a building with the intention of enhancing its appearance.
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Very well," said he; "I shall accompany you; and the adventure appears to me so wonderful, that I shall carry the torch myself.
They merely accompany us on the road for companionship.
He was wondering what excuse he could make to accompany Gernois.
Before they were separated by the conclusion of the play, she had the unexpected happiness of an invitation to accompany her uncle and aunt in a tour of pleasure which they proposed taking in the summer.
Furthermore, the leave is granted to an employee to accompany a non-relatives patient in the absence of accompanying relative, after the approval of the Civil Service Bureau (CSB), also this leave is granted to the employee to accompany a sickrelative of his first-class once the physician decide that the patient needs accompany during the treatment in the Kingdom for a period not exceeding seven days continuous or non-continuous in a year and after the approval of the concern medical authority and in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Bureau.
In some cases, headaches might accompany diseases such as hypertension or diabetes that also need to be addressed.
Bottom line: In the long-term, expect tape to accompany disk in a variety of ways addressing the backup market, possibly in a somewhat different role than in the past, as the primary recovery source for critical data is shifting to disk storage solutions.
And there is lovely humor in the descriptive passages that accompany photographs such as the one of the "tufted puffin with its shock of blonde hair and rococo beak.
When the officials decided there was a problem with his client's status, "I requested to accompany him," says Miotki.
The use of computer technology in education is a topic that has received extensive attention as advances have been made and greater opportunities for incorporating technology within classroom settings have occurred, Internet courses, multimedia classrooms, World Wide Web (Web) discussions, and the use of multimedia visual displays to accompany lectures have all become more common, but reactions to these advances have varied.