fail to accommodate

See: disoblige
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For a growing group of consumers who understand the importance of fit, standard sizes -- small, medium, large -- fail to accommodate the significant variations in dimensions among individuals.
The press release announcing the settlement emphasized the discriminatory impact of rigid attendance policies that fail to accommodate people with disabilities, an area of recent EEOC enforcement focus.
Afghanistan, where the two countries fumble and fail to accommodate each other, will remain the crux of Pakistan's relations with America, it noted.
Furthermore, the FDA's proposed guidelines are so flawed that even nutrients shown to be completely safe in hundreds of clinical human studies would fail to accommodate the new, unreasonable safety margins.
And the number of buildings equipped with appropriate acoustics, unfortunately, cannot hold a large number of people and would fail to accommodate thousands of festival-goers.
Too often, international policymakers impose solutions that fail to accommodate the political aspirations of local populations, and these solutions do not hold.
The draft constitution would foresee restrictions on the eligibility for high political office, allow the military to suspend the constitution at will as well as fail to accommodate the country's ethnic diversity,'' it said.
Unfortunately, most if not all of them fail to accommodate the toxicology-related information needed for toxicogenomic studies.
Interventions may fail to accommodate individuals' racial, communal and cultural specific needs and challenges.
Quite so, but how much clarity can be expected from guidelines which fail to accommodate the fact that `in writing' tends to be `verbal'?
A recent report from the Center for Democracy and Technology found that several online mortgage companies fail to disclose privacy policies and most online banks fail to accommodate consumers wanting to keep their personal financial information private, thereby in violation of Gramm-Leach-Bliley.
Sir John added: "This decision to fail to accommodate funding for the new station at Irvine could mean that we will be less able to put more officers on the streets.