Each private house has a large bath-tub, which in many instances is capacious enough to accommodate the whole family at once.
Three car loads of tents, enough to accommodate four thousand people, were sent to Johnstown to-day from the State arsenal at the request of General Hastings.
But the world has had to accommodate itself to them because young lovers cannot possibly accommodate themselves to the world.
We can reconcile ourselves in time to any certainty; it is only when we are called upon to accommodate ourselves to possibilities, uncertain as vaporous clouds, that we weary ourselves in fruitless efforts.
I apprehend that you will have trouble from the fact that, having been kept on stimulants in a rambling, loose, disorderly life, she will not be able long to accommodate herself to any regular habits.
The room would accommodateperhaps two hundred, similarly employed.
Their large and beautiful apartments were much too small to accommodate all who would gladly have gathered there.
But the landlady appeared to be anxious to get rid of them, and said she could not be compelled to accommodate more travellers than the size of the house would afford.
Mrs. Nicholson declared her intention of remaining, repeatedly asserting that the landlady was compelled to accommodate them.
The nearer the instruction can accommodate itself to the sense or to the simpler acts of the intelligence the more likely it is to succeed.
I live with my son and my daughter-in-law, and it is just possible she might accommodate you, if you would like to come with me when we get out of this train.
The English character does not easily accommodate itself to the exigencies of a salon.
To accommodate distinguished strangers who might visit the bridge, Jefferson built near by a log cabin of two rooms.
The railway officials have made a station at Adamana, six miles from the edge of the forest, in order to accommodate the travelling public.
Set at these distances, an acre of ground would accommodate about 3,500 plants.
Since a pace is roughly a yard the diameter of such a house would be 43 feet, amply sufficient to accommodate 9 persons.
It has been suggested that one of the huge houses found in this region could accommodate 9 persons without difficulty.
Meanwhile, until ministers are provided more liberally from Spain, let them all get along as best they can, and accommodate themselves, establishing houses wherever they wish to, and where no better opportunity is to be expected.
Vigorous rivers well armed with waste make short work of cutting their beds to grade, and thus erode narrow, steep-sided gorges only wide enough at the base to accommodate the stream.
The channel worn to accommodate the big and clumsy glacier differs markedly from the river valley cut as with a saw by the narrow and flexible stream and widened by the weather and the wash of rains.
I wish I could accommodate ye but you see I ain't got no time on the grounds for reading or I'd a brought the Scriptures along.
They are the result of a lack of adaptation to new conditions to which they could not accommodate themselves.
They needed to study his peculiarities and accommodatetheir treatment to his particular case, much the same as would the driver of a vicious, balky horse.
I take leave to add that even the respectful attempt to make Genesis accommodate itself to the supposed requirements of Geology, by boldly assuming that the days of Creation were each a thousand years long,--seems inadmissible.
Where there are still not enough public shelters to accommodate all citizens, efforts are being made to provide more.
One side of the L, which will be the shelter area, should be long enough to accommodate all family members.