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The ‘Worcester’ provides properly qualified officers for merchant vessels, and accommodates 200 boys.

Berkshire Cottage, of which a picture is given, accommodates the industrial training work of the girls.

The house that accommodates a large family is usually divided into several rooms.

Modern PersiaMooshie G. Daniel

This argument chiefly concerns the subject of miracles, which he accommodates to the Koran.

In all cases, it accommodates itself to the existing bias of the mind addressed.

PoperyEdward Hoare

At the present time it is built with pillars of stone, and accommodates more than one hundred and fifty beds in three large wards.

The wise man does not submit to employments which he may undertake, but accommodates and lends himself to them only.

TabletsAmos Bronson Alcott

But the supererogatory lie is the gentleman without a voucher or a ticket who accommodates himself with a stool in the passage.

Besides, it accommodates his tackle and lunch, and even waterproofs, though the latter are better to be strapped on outside.

Scotch Loch-FishingAKA Black Palmer, William Senior

The latter, an enormous Renaissance structure, accommodates upward of five thousand patients.

Idling in ItalyJoseph Collins

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