When my mother removes into another house my services shall be readily given to accommodate
her as far as I can.
The passengers soon learned to accommodate themselves to their new circumstances, and life in the ship became nearly as systematically monotonous as the routine of a barrack.
There they are, down there every night at eight bells, praying for fair winds--when they know as well as I do that this is the only ship going east this time of the year, but there's a thousand coming west--what's a fair wind for us is a head wind to them--the Almighty's blowing a fair wind for a thousand vessels, and this tribe wants him to turn it clear around so as to accommodate one--and she a steamship at that
Their ears were pierced and distended to accommodate
wooden plugs and sticks, pipes, and all manner of barbaric ornaments.
Now he considered that it would be neither an easy nor a necessary work to make himself such a house as would accommodate
The Lord Advocate (speaking on the other side) was happy to be able to accommodate
his learned brother in this matter.
I had neither the time in which to drink them nor the space to accommodate
He, too, moved his hand, to accommodate
the shift of hers, and she waited fearfully.
Then he told us he did not doubt but that the captain, who was one of the best-humoured gentlemen in the world, would be easily brought to accommodate us as well as we could desire, and, to make me easy, told me he would go up the next tide on purpose to speak to the captain about it.
Here,' says the boatswain to him that was a-writing, 'is the gentlewoman that the captain spoke to you of'; and turning to me, he said, 'I have been so far from forgetting your business, that I have been up at the captain's house, and have represented faithfully to the captain what you said, relating to you being furnished with better conveniences for yourself and your husband; and the captain has sent this gentleman, who is made of the ship, down with me, on purpose to show you everything, and to accommodate you fully to your content, and bid me assure you that you shall not be treated like what you were at first expected to be, but with the same respect as other passengers are treated.
If any man has got anything to say again Jem Groves, let him say it TO Jem Groves, and Jem Groves can accommodate
him with a customer on any terms from four pound a side to forty.
The building is composed of Licensing Hall that accommodates
114 visitors and 20 staff, Recruitment Hall that accommodates
156 visitors and 8 staff, a multipurpose Hall that accommodates
77 persons, an interview and waiting Hall that accommodates