14 examples of Accommodates in a sentence
one teenager and it's shorter than a traffic cone, and it's almost as efficient as a bicycle, as long as you drive it at 15 miles per hour.
This is a place that not only
my needs but actually embraces them.
On the trail of the killer are two overweight police detectives with no acting skill whatsoever - which
a cast of similar types.
Fourth, countries with current-account surpluses should let their undervalued currencies appreciate, while the ECB should follow an easier monetary policy that
a gradual further weakening of the euro to restore competiveness and growth in the eurozone.
What Myanmar needs now is an equitable, federalist system that
its many ethnic minorities, who comprise roughly a third of the population, but cover half of the total land area.
Freedom of expression is never categorically right or wrong; instead, it
rights and wrongs.
itself to aid recipients’ desires, advancing funds to African regional banks or the New Economic Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).
Pakistan’s selfhood must be expanded ad maximum and made so capacious that it
its Punjabis, Sindhis, Pathans, and Balochis, and their religions – Sunni, Shia, Hindu, Christian, Parsi, Qadhianis – until it is possible to call them all equally “Pakistani.”
In such a global financial crisis, if the Federal Reserve
inflation and accelerates devaluation in order to prevent collapsing employment in formerly foreign capital-financed sectors from spiraling into a depression, American debt will be among the worst affected assets?
North Korea's demands for concluding a nonaggression treaty and ending "hostile" policies, Kim's regime is likely to keep its nuclear weapons program as its most effective deterrent against any preemptive US attack--something that the Bush administration, indeed, refuses to rule out.
But a better example – in which a global hegemon
an emerging power – might be the United Kingdom’s acceptance of America’s rise.
There is little prospect that Bush will reverse his rejection of the Kyoto Treaty, but it will be interesting to see how far he
Prime Minister Tony Blair’s efforts to make climate change a priority during Britain’s period as chair of the Group of Eight major economies.
We must demand that our Supreme Court – if not our lawmakers – affirm a pluralist India that
all identities within our country.
Then, all major countries would come together to negotiate a new world order, which
multiple powers or blocs rather than a single hegemon, with rules that ensure that everyone – regardless of their political or economic system and state of development – behaves responsibly.