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Synonyms for dedicate

Synonyms for dedicate

to give over by or as if by vow to a higher purpose

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

Synonyms for dedicate

give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause

open to public use, as of a highway, park, or building

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inscribe or address by way of compliment

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set apart to sacred uses with solemn rites, of a church

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For their chosen keys they turned to supporting source material, including correspondence, incipits, contracts, publisher's reference books, the vocal range of both the dedicatee and the first performer, and concluded that "for the first time we can to [sic] present all the songs in their original keys" (ibid.
The relationships between the brother and sister dedicatees of Austen's juvenilia and their fictional counterparts are as varied as her relationships with her siblings themselves.
A more apt dedicatee for God Is Not Great could not have been found.
10) Plutarch's text was relatively easily reconciled with Christianity, and works from the Moralia (in contrast to some other classical texts) were unlikely to cause offence to dedicatees and readers.
The search function for Chopin Early Editions allows field-specific searches for titles, uniform titles, date, opus number, place of publication, publisher, dedicatee, subject, genre, plate number, and general keyword.
The Dedication category contains valuable information about the dedicatee and the relationship with Saint-Saens, including references to letters and other works by catalog number.
composers), writers of verbal text, performers, and dedicatees.
Then came two sides of Michael Finnissy: five of his huge series of tangos, generally superfluous except to their various dedicatees, and two Gershwin arrangements, full of personality, and approached by Finnissy with all rightful humility.
The main listing is by location, but dedicatees are indexed.
John O'Neill says confidently and breezily in his introduction (one of the dedicatees of the book is Freud: it left me wondering about the confidence): 'If I may say so, the theme of homosexual resistance inhabits all of the present essays.
The discussions of how the dedicatees and listeners were made a part of the narrative through the dedications and the poetic and musical style of the madrigals are among the strongest parts of the book (especially in the long fifth chapter, "In Search of Voice," which takes the reader through some of the greatest hits of the genre).
Although the dedicatees were anonymous at the time of the first performance, their identies and considerable information about them has long been common knowledge.
Seven appendices, including an alphabetical index of the dramatic works, chronological lists of those same works by composition date and publication date, separate lists of librettists and playwrights, translators, arrangers and dedicatees facilitate access to the individual entries.
In this study there are many points of reception, which include not only the seventeen different translators, but also their teachers, friends, and dedicatees, as well as the dozens of manuscripts containing the translations, and in some cases the scribes and owners of those manuscripts.
Gluck dedicates her book "to Robert and Frank"; from her recent comments at the University of Chicago, we can guess that the dedicatees are Robert Pinsky and Frank Bidart.