Mrs. George always tried to accommodate her guests. From LearnThat.org.
The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Can you accommodate me with a rental car?. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
This hotel can accommodate 250 guests. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
The very province we were jointly trying to accommodate is isolated yet again. From Wordnik.com. [Hanging Together: Canada After Patriation] Reference
You’ll find the word accommodate spelled twice with one ‘m’, which sets a tone consistent with the Brand, really. From Wordnik.com. [Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: Oh Yes It’s Ladies’ Night…] Reference
The only way to "accommodate" these students is to either. From Wordnik.com. [U.S. House Calls for Religious Accommodation By Mock Trial Group] Reference
Here are a couple suggestions as to where to "accommodate". From Wordnik.com. [Stefanie Michaels: Switzerland- voted #1 Green Country in the World] Reference
Women are forcibly sterilized in China-to also "accommodate" the One Child Policy. From Wordnik.com. [32 million extra males.] Reference
At the time, Berkshire said the split would "accommodate" Burlington's mom-and-pop shareholders. From Wordnik.com. [OVERHEARD] Reference
The faith of someone like Ken Miller does "lasting harm" as it looks to "accommodate" the "religious irrationality.". From Wordnik.com. [2006 November - Telic Thoughts] Reference
It was the problem of the President, all through the Conference, when to 'accommodate' and when to use decided policies. From Wordnik.com. [Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him] Reference
They told me they were unable to "accommodate" me at this time. From Wordnik.com. [Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com] Reference
Canadian MP wants privacy laws updated to "accommodate" Google Street View. From Wordnik.com. [PogoWasRight.org] Reference
Reason enough for the government to go all out to "accommodate" Mamata Banerjee. From Wordnik.com. [WN.com - Articles related to Growth poses challenge to Asia] Reference
This became possible after third attempt of Finance Ministry to "accommodate" free cash. From Wordnik.com. [Ferghana.Ru news agency] Reference
Or does it mean employers don't have to "accommodate" users by changing anti-drug policies?. From Wordnik.com. [Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local] Reference
Swinney said a hung parliament would mean the main parties having to "accommodate" the smaller parties such as the. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories] Reference
They seek to "accommodate" the very element that would destroy them both if it could, and will, if left unchecked. From Wordnik.com. [Baltimore City Paper] Reference
Sanson was prepared to "accommodate" Theodore Calvi in May, 1830; he awaited the condemning order, which was not issued. From Wordnik.com. [Repertory of the Comedie Humaine Part 2] Reference
But Lord Adonis who launched the scheme said the Government could 'accommodate' the funding necessary to get it up and running. From Wordnik.com. [Home | Mail Online] Reference
This will in turn put pressure on the central bank to "accommodate" public borrowing (i.e., bond issuing) by printing more money. From Wordnik.com. [Mises Institute Daily Articles (Full-text version)] Reference
"accommodate" an employee's religious creed that she must attempt to convert her coworkers. From Wordnik.com. [Thoughts in a Haystack] Reference
The "parking" process can accommodate this kind of political maneuvering. From Wordnik.com. [Parking A Peace Process] Reference
That doesn't mean publishers don't bend over backward to accommodate book groups. From Wordnik.com. [Reading All About It] Reference
But he warned that Washington would not accommodate Syrian efforts to stay in Lebanon. From Wordnik.com. [Syria at a Crossroads] Reference
Cerf is also talking about changing Internet domain names to accommodate suffixes like. moon and. earth. From Wordnik.com. [Coming Soon: Www.Newsweek.Moon?] Reference
The manager is willing to accommodate big and brittle egos like Sheffield's, but he won't roll over to them. From Wordnik.com. [Touching All The Bases] Reference
Census statistics, built to accommodate a home office, a wide-screen TV and restaurant-size kitchen appliances. From Wordnik.com. [When Half As Big Is More Than Enough] Reference
But in order to accommodate this total freedom in exploration, I have to back off the story and go more free-form. From Wordnik.com. [Sierra's Queen Is Still On Top Of Her Game] Reference
And traditional business-oriented planners weren't flexible enough to accommodate the juggling act of running a home. From Wordnik.com. [It Will Get Easier] Reference
Most bosses are perfectly willing to accommodate work-life balance challenges if you have earned it with performance. From Wordnik.com. [ON WORK AND FAMILY] Reference
Most designers are doing their best to accommodate this shift inward, but not all are faring as well in their efforts. From Wordnik.com. [Call It Recession Chic] Reference
We believe the new security services can accommodate those individuals, since those services are derived from the people. From Wordnik.com. [Ibrahim Jaafari] Reference
Occasionally there are new exemptions to accommodate lifestyle changes; garden centers and video stores were added in 2005. From Wordnik.com. [No Rest for the Weary] Reference
As for ergonomics, the GBA's new horizontal layout will accommodate a two-handed grip much better than the original Game Boy. From Wordnik.com. [Nintendo's New Game Boy Makes A Summer Splash] Reference
A fountain and a number of public art projects also help humanize a place so vast it can accommodate 500,000 spectators a day. From Wordnik.com. [Reinventing Sydney] Reference
The living room needs to accommodate many activities, often simultaneously: playing, reading, my 9-year-old son practicing drums. From Wordnik.com. [When Half As Big Is More Than Enough] Reference
Washington stopped acting exasperated and decided to accommodate (or at least put up with) Japan's new attitude, at least for now. From Wordnik.com. [Tokyo’s Newfound Swagger] Reference
On May 31, 2001, she says that the Bombers staff has told her "they could not accommodate" her requests for good seats any longer. From Wordnik.com. [The State Of Affairs] Reference
"He took a step to the right to accommodate his political ambition, but it was not a giant step," says a GOP health-care lobbyist. From Wordnik.com. [Periscope] Reference
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