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The 600,000-square-foot natural history museum, which regularly accommodates 6,000 to 8,000 visitors at a time — many of whom are school-age children — currently operates at a 25 percent capacity.

From Vox

During a virtual panel discussion last week, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said the league might temporarily realign divisions to accommodate travel restrictions.

Lonza would have space, mainly in Switzerland, to accommodate additional manufacturing, he said.

From Fortune

The event was delayed by 146 days due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the league made several adjustments to the broadcast to accommodate the prospects.

Now, the more specific we get with our location settings, the fewer tools can accommodate our needs.

Eventually, she read into the ADA and wrote again, threatening legal action unless she was accommodated.

In any case, it accommodated Pigpen very nicely; he was indeed one far-out gentleman, no doubt about it, none at all.

Whenever we approached a ride, a Cast Member would walk right up to us and explain if and how my son could be accommodated.

The sister had wanted to be an actress, but early on accommodated herself to her sub-star power.

Traditional Judaism was fluid and diverse and accommodated itself to the practical requirements of the day.

About fifty students are accommodated at present, but there is room for thirty more.

We understand that the real reason why the fellow was not accommodated was that he omitted to say "Please."

Barr accommodated him by bringing him to America where he placed all three, including himself, on homesteads.

The same train was soon ready to return to Philadelphia and all who desired to go were accommodated.

The Greeks adopted Oriental fables, and accommodated them to those heroes who figured in their own country in the earliest times.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accommodated, such as: appropriate, conformed, expedient, fair, fit, and good.

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