• In just three days of high-fat eating, a rat learns to accommodate itself to a more abundant life.

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  • Inexorably, it becomes the turn of non-Muslims to accommodate themselves to ever more intrusive demands from the Islamists.

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  • EU's 15 existing members meet to revise the Union's treaties, this time to reshape its institutions to accommodate up to a dozen new members.

    ECONOMIST: Prodi’s new team

  • It was all 50 or 60 years ago, and Ms Sereny's further concern in this book is with the struggle of later generations of Germans to digest what happened, to accommodate themselves to their history.

    ECONOMIST: German history

  • What happens as tolerant democratic societies try to accommodate themselves to the stealthy form of jihad, backed by the persistent threat of the violent form - if not its actual occurrence, can be seen in much of Western Europe.

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  • Worse yet, thanks to the growing petro-wealth and aggressiveness of the leaders of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), the UN is actually starting to accommodate itself to that bloc's ambition to have the new world order be arranged according to the totalitarian program the Iranian and other Islamists' call Shariah.

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  • "I don't think there's a magic number as to the total that we need to have in the final budget, but it does need to accommodate permanent family child credits, and it needs to accommodate broad-based capital gains relief, " said Rep. Bill Archer (R-Tex.).

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  • But nations may have to accommodate new political powers, just as the Catholic Church had to accommodate the advent of nations.

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  • They have large flight decks to accommodate helicopters up to the size of a Chinook.

    BBC: Navy's newest ship visits Fowey

  • "There could be the perception that the U.S. is beginning to accommodate itself" to a North Korea with nuclear arms, said Mr. Asher.

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  • And you had better not eat or drink: Some of these new aircraft have only two lavatories to accommodate their 126 to 189 passengers.

    FORBES: Fact and Comment

  • The fact that Mr Arafat was obliged to accommodate his ceasefire to the factions' conditions is one sign of the changes the intifada has wrought in the Palestinian national movement, with power now divided between the militias and the leader.

    ECONOMIST: Israel and the Palestinians

  • But let's put their shared consensus another way: Somehow it became a conventional view in contemporary American politics that it is non-urban conservatives who in every case have to accommodate their beliefs to a national culture created by people who live somewhere else.

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  • They are said to be working up plans to contain, or at least, accommodate themselves to such a prospect.

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  • Maidstone Borough Council said it needs to accommodate thousands of homes to meet demand in the coming years.

    BBC: Maidstone 5,000 homes plan receives mixed response

  • But other courts, in Colorado, for example, have said employers need to bend over backwards to accommodate those who need to proselytize.

    CNN: Balancing faith and business

  • Was it, as some tacticians argue, a case of India's game being too rooted in natural grass to accommodate an international switch to artificial turf?

    WSJ: Social Media

  • Tickets are tiered to accommodate those who want to stand propped up at the bar, relax in a booth or sit close to the action at small tables near the stage.

    BBC: Le Crazy Horse comes to London

  • But even private schools, which have the most money and best teachers, find it hard to accommodate those who want to take exams a lot earlier than their peers.

    ECONOMIST: Education

  • Tampa Bay was one of a few teams with enough room under the salary cap to accommodate Revis' desire to become one of the highest-paid defensive players in the league.

    WSJ: Jets trade Darrelle Revis to Buccaneers

  • Most commuters showed a remarkable ability to accommodate the long distances to their work place, says Patricia Mokhtarian, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Davis.

    BBC: America's commutes start earlier and last longer

  • Many instead come in a day early or leave a day later to accommodate airline schedules and to be awake and alert for classes that are several time zones earlier or later than their own.

    WSJ: Traveling the Globe -- Just to Get to Class

  • The Palestinians want a state in the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem — territories Israel captured in the 1967 war — but are ready for minor adjustments to accommodate some settlements closest to Israel.

    NPR: Rockets Hit Israel As Obama Meets Palestinians

  • The US government and any other government of most developed markets, and the international organizations should enhance and change their business approaches to accommodate these new issues to set up longer term of economic development.

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  • Lombardi said a larger space was needed to accommodate the throngs expected to greet the outgoing pope — but observers suspect the Vatican may have also wanted to spare a tiring Benedict from the crowds along the hill.

    NPR: Vatican Sends Message: Pope's Retirement For Real

  • Using Amazon.com's cloud gives Empowered the flexibility to accommodate more students quickly and to keep costs down.

    WSJ: UCLA and Start-Up Join Rush for Online Education

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