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use "dedicate" in a sentence

It's not clear how much attention authorities can dedicate to the case.

"I'd like to dedicate my performance and this award to the transgender community.

To live the Total Life Package dedicate yourself to the pursuit of self-awareness.

He said he would continue to dedicate himself to Micron and to the memory industry.

I dedicate it to George Orwell because Animal Farm used the same structural conceit.

Again: starting next month, a museum will dedicate part of its space to Internet Cats.

A part of the collection of art as The Museum of Modern Art presents Björk, a retrospective dedicate …

President Franklin Roosevelt once said, "In the field of world policy, I would dedicate this nation to the policy of the good neighbor."

The teacher has promised that he will dedicate an entire class to reviewing the material that will be on the test.

Buddhist monks are said to be the most respected people in the tiny nation of Bhutan because they do not touch money, and dedicate their lives to helping all of mankind.

The piece "in memoriam" is dedicate to his father (Dr.

Records show that when doctors in Los Angeles went on strike in 1976, the daily number of deaths in the city decreased. dedicate

The chorus fling down their books and decide to dedicate their lives "to Cupid.

Jeffrey and Gloria dedicate the next few months to taking over Jabot.

Therefore, he would dedicate himself exclusively to research.

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