OPF Multan and D.I Khan can accommodate
75 students each in their premises.
Jag Mohan Arora said the temple courtyard, which can only accommodate
100 or so people, should be expanded, and shops next to the temple that the ETPB has leased to local traders should be retrieved to expand the front of the building.
These upgrades were not strictly made for Mr Pistorius, but to accommodate
disabled offenders under Kgosi Mampuru II Management Area.
What about expanding the Landing Stage to its original length to accommodate
Augustine)--full-facility camping (all campsites can accommodate
RVs/pop-ups/tents) and youth primitive camping
The mosques in Dubai together can accommodate
around 600,000 worshippers.
Turkey has built 10 camps to accommodate
the flood of desperate Syrians fleeing their homes to the escape the ongoing violence.
The duty to accommodate
cannot be properly understood as a stand-alone concept.
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Standard flange-mounted supports accommodate
3- to 50-mm shaft diameters, and inlay flange-mounted supports accommodate
8- to 30-mm shaft diameters, while dowel hole flange-mounted supports accommodate
12-to 30-mm shaft diameters.
Four frame sizes or models are available to accommodate
a range of storage needs.
In an effort to accommodate
smaller space users ranging in size from 1,700-2,500 square feet, Merritt 7 developed an enormously successful small tenant marketing program that included the construction of pre-built units.
It was further noted that collaborative learning could accommodate
students of various cultural orientations and learning styles.
The resort can accommodate
a maximum of 50 people, with the main lodge doubling as a conference centre for corporate retreats.
Nearly all museums have a compulsion to expand, to display more of their holdings and find room for new acquisitions, but also to accommodate
ever-greater crowds and boost revenue.