It can also have holidays and symbols that accommodate what most citizens will celebrate.
The News at Ten became the News at Five After Ten to accommodate it.
The court also asked Italian lawmakers to explore an “alternative” form of marriage to accommodate such same-sex couples.
“You can host a sit-down diner for 140, and the house can accommodate 700 people at a party,” Davenport says proudly.
It is another question, however, whether the times will change to accommodate its operators.
Those of recent make are for but one pupil, though older ones, some of which are still in use, accommodate three or four.
We can accommodate you very well, and the more the merrier, you know.
We have at least ten available rooms large enough to accommodate clubs of that size.
Extra tables had been set up, and chairs to accommodate the added numbers.
But after a certain point more rolling stock must be provided to accommodate the growing business.
accommodate ac·com·mo·date (ə-kŏm'ə-dāt')
v. ac·com·mo·dat·ed, ac·com·mo·dat·ing, ac·com·mo·dates
To become adjusted, as the eye to focusing on objects at a distance.