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to perform a service or a courteous act for

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to provide with often temporary lodging

to have the room or capacity for

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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

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be agreeable or acceptable to

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provide with something desired or needed

have room for

provide housing for

provide a service or favor for someone

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make (one thing) compatible with (another)

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By December 31, 2013, a total of 32% of the children accommodated at care homes were up to one year of age.
* Temperature was accommodated by opening windows to provide a cool area in one section of the room and by allowing individuals who required warmth to wear appropriate attire.
As with post conditional offer disability-related inquiries, if medical examinations given at this stage reveal a disability and result in the offer being withdrawn, employers must be prepared to defend their decision because it does not discriminate against the disabled, or the disability could not be accommodated, or because the criteria upon which the decision was based is job-related and a matter of business necessity, or because the offeree poses a direct threat to health or safety.
In view of the States' increasing demands that taxpayers file tax returns electronically, taxpayer desires to employ and retain electronic exemption certificates should seemingly be accommodated.
But this apparent saving is restricted on the basis that the commission is satisfied that the needs of the handicapped person could not be accommodated "without undue hardship" considering outside funding and health and safety requirements.
Almost all children accommodated in orphanages in Bulgaria have parents, according to data of the National Statistics Institute, NSI, released Friday.
Packages are available to manage dies with 32, 48, 64, 96 or 128 die bolts, and larger dies are said to be easily accommodated by mounting a pair (or more) of control boxes in tandem under a single controller.
"This year, we just pointed out that the policy for special consideration still exists." White Rainbow House rooms are available to upperclassmen only, freshmen, too, will be accommodated, says Houton--in single rooms within traditional housing.
A group of prisoners had sued the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections arguing that their religious beliefs and practices are not being accommodated as the law requires.
The uppermost portion of Four Times Square was originally conceived and designed with broadcasters in mind, and the building has successfully accommodated a growing roster of radio stations, according to Douglas Durst.
This report describes trends related to accommodations in testing for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and summarizes the performance of accommodated LSAT takers for the 1993-1994 through 1997-1998 testing years.
It clearly could not be accommodated in the existing building, as triple-height volumes were needed to accommodate the main auditorium and studios.
Strikingly different in the prepaid model is that the cost structure is not accommodated for by fee and/or utilization increases.