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dedication

a ceremony in which something, such as a church, is dedicated

Dedication

Ceremony that officially begins the occupation and use of a building; also applies to the donation of land to the public for development of a tract of land, such as a road or other form of easement.

Dedication

Quixote, Don
spends his life redressing the wrongs of the whole world. [Sp. Lit.: Cervantes Don Quixote]
Rieux, Dr.
remains in Algeria to care for plague victims and loses his wife to it. [Fr. Lit.: Albert Camus The Plague]
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Their dedication and commitment has meant that they have not only achieved, but exceeded, the targets set.
Jacobs assumed her post three years ago, she was unaware of the dedication agreement.
Over the years, Eschbacher Engineering built a reputation of professionalism, integrity and dedication among its public and private clients.
Hospital benefits specialist Loyce Lacson said it was wonderful to see the dedication and commitment exemplified by Henry Mayo's employees.
They offered a dedication that would read: "For [YOUR NAME], kind friend, generous patron, champion of the pikey cause.
Her years of personal caring and dedication to the happiness and well-being of those around her have created a warm, friendly environment where camaraderie and good spirits are the rule.
If you know of members who have volunteered for a position within the local, state and national levels, say THANK YOU to them for all their hard work and dedication to the profession.
The market now shows signs of softening, and some market pricing is flattening, but this does not minimize the importance of education and dedication to sound underwriting.
THROUGH MY website advice column, I'm inundated with email from frustrated teachers and choreographers who feel that today's young dancers don't seem to possess the commitment or dedication to rehearsals and/or classes that young dancers once did.