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dedicated

Computing designed to fulfil one function
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.testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated. .
It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced.
A fellow who couldn't write a tragedy on pain of death, and who will never have one dedicated to him with the most complimentary congratulations on the high position he has taken in the eyes of posterity!" Very trying, very trying.
One was a fantasia, King Lear; the other was a quartette dedicated to the memory of Bach.
It was erected for the express purpose to which it is at present devoted, in the incredibly short period of one sun; and was dedicated to the immortal wooden idols by a grand festival, which lasted ten days and nights.
The announcement of Azure Dedicated Hosts allows customers to run Linux and Windows virtual machines on single tenant physical hosts within Microsofts data center.
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Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Concord, NC, Cardinal is a provider of dedicated transportation and logistics services in North America.
MAKKAH: After nearly two decades of importing prayer rugs for the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia established dedicated factories at home to manufacture and clean rugs for the largest mosque in the world.
"I want to tell the first-time voters: can your first vote be dedicated to the veer jawans (valiant soldiers) who carried out the air strike in Pakistan).
Acquah posted on Twitter dedicating the goal to his mum,' My goal dedicated to my mom Ama Kwaadu.
The exhibition presents a dedicated platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and users, immobile and mobile electrical energy storage solutions.