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Specifically the focuses is on what "accomodate" means.
Whether the new SR 520 crossing can "accomodate" light rail is the current question.
And recall, if we are going to "accomodate" future light rail, it will need to be wider still.
Ever since McCain had his prostate removed, he's been able to "accomodate" all Big Insurance lobbyists without wincing.
I do believe that Trahant would have advocated trying to "accomodate" Hitler after the invasion of Poland if he had been alive to do so.
Bull did admit that if Sweeney wanted to invite someone Bull tried to "accomodate" that.
Archive 2006-07-01 Steve Perez 2006
"Friends of Willem Ratte" leader Dawid Grobbelaar told the crowd that the Attorney-General had said he would "accomodate" a request for the rightwinger's release, providing it was made by
I want to believe there would be some floating entries within the scheme that I can willingly 'accomodate'.
That all being said, anytime a local author or artist is willing to give up their invaluable time for free to either do a reading or an appearance or even in some cases, showcase their talent, we find a way to accomodate them just so that we have the “Visitation Numbers” to justify to the “Bean Counters” that we are being Pro-active with our outreach to the community.
Microsoft OS + software is engineered to accomodate viruses, spyware, malware, ect.
Get linux, get free software. Randy Wilharm 2009