Numbers of magazines and reviews are published in Arabic which cater both for the needs of the moment and the advancement of learning.
They are born blind, but in a marvellously short period are able to cater for themselves; and their hibernation begins later in the season than with the adults.
Foreign demand has shown so little discrimination that experts, finding it impossible to obtain adequate remuneration for first-class work, have been obliged to abandon the field altogether, or to lower their standard to the level of general appreciation, or by forgery to cater for the perverted taste which attaches unreasoning value to age.
Nowadays the little fishing villages on the shores of the lakes, notably the Wannsee, cater for the recreation of the Berliners, while palatial summer residences of wealthy merchants occupy the most prominent sites.
ii, pi, and sometimes ci, as in,meier (mittere), cater (captare), punto (punctum); but it is to be observed that the habitual mode of representing ci in normal Castilian is by ch (pron.