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devotion

1. religious zeal; piety
2. religious observance or prayers
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Pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk A/S (CPH:NOVOB) announced on Friday that it has submitted a supplemental application to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for including data in the label for Tresiba (insulin degludec) from the DEVOTE trial.
Googling a runner St Devote 1.20 Fairyhouse Saint Devote is the patron saint of Monaco.
Few (if any) auditing texts devote space to auditing the tax provision; as a result, few (if any) auditing professors devote time to this topic.
Candidates should strongly consider incorporating into their training plan formal courses in relevant areas of biomedicine, behavioral science, bioimaging, or bioengineering; this program offers a unique opportunity to devote protected time to this activity.
* Are you willing to devote enough time to provide this service proficiently?
Specific attention will be devoted to (a) expanding distance-learning opportunities; (b) restructuring programs to reflect demographic trends and the changing demands on the time of tax executives; and (c) ensuring that TEI's programs devote sufficient time to management and other non-tax issues.
Currently, many "527s" claim they devote only a portion of their resources to federal elections and, therefore, should be required to file only with the IRS and not with the FEC.
"While most hospitals devote some attention to energy efficiency, New York-Presbyterian is one of the very few in America with a full-time, management-level position dedicated to maximizing energy savings."
Here's another great example: Go out on a limb on a nongay topic, alienate large numbers of people you need to persuade, divide the gay population unnecessarily, and devote energy and resources to a subject far, far away from the issue of gay equality.
As you devote the first weekend of the new year to tossing out clutter and bad habits with the Christmas tree, to make room for the new you, last year's desk calendar falls to the floor, opening on the page marked Monday, January 1.
The bill would allow churches to devote 20 percent of their resources to lobbying and 5 percent toward endorsements of political candidates.
They devote specific chapters to the history of drug use, the domestic and international drug trade, the role of organized crime and gangs, drug control/ prevention, and even the issue of legalizing drugs.