of accomodare "make fit, adapt, fit one thing to another," from ad- "to" commodare "make fit," from commodus "fit" (see commode). But your eye and your ear will accommodate themselves to both.
The other room is easily large enough to accommodate two girls.
That you had some scheduling requirements that made if necessary to shift some items on her boss's schedule.
For many CEOs, changing their schedule is a Herculean task.
Rudner predicted cases involving elder care will surface in court before too long.
Of course, papa, I should like to accommodate myself to them as much as I can.Mandamin's ruling supported the tribunal's findings. "The CBSA allowed individualized assessments of employees seeking accommodation on medical or religious grounds but responded to Ms.Johnstone on the basis of a blanket policy that required her to forfeit her status as a full-time employee," Mandamin wrote.Johnstone filed a complaint that ultimately came before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal in 2010.The tribunal ruled in her favour, saying the agency had discriminated against Johnstone on the basis of her family status.