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

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

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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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Large deletions and point mutations involving the dedicator of cytokinesis 8 (DOCK8) in the autosomal-recessive form of hyper- IgE syndrome.
Given the rarity of the name, Vanderpool and Avery have rightly assumed that the people involved in the dedication and ostracism belong to the same family, Laispodias being the son of the dedicator Spoudis.
Within the text of "The History of England," in contrast, the collaborative work of author and illustrator, dedicator and dedicatee, is clearly apparent.
That the dedicator of the Caelestis stele illustrated here saw a connection with the larger imperial world of Rome, for instance, is made clear by the inclusion of yet another iconographic symbol.
49) Andronikos considered the relief a dedication to a hero or daimon appearing in the form of a snake, and interpreted the warrior as a representation of the dedicator.
6) Antonio D'Andrea, who has made pioneering and valuable investigations into the Latin editions of Gentillet, suggests that the dedicator and translator may have been Lambert Daneau, in 'Machiavelli, Satan, and the Gospel', Yearbook of Italian Studies, 1 (1971), 156-77.
The reason is that the dedicator desires that more and more people benefit from the property dedicated.
Although Livy's account of the early Republic preserves one or two cases where sortition determined a dedicator, the custom, if it ever existed at all, never established itself as part of the raps maiorum and had vanished completely by the third century's close.
76), Sansone presents the Olympic athlete as "both the dedicator and the dedication" (p.
Bone morphogenetic protein 4 promotes vascular smooth muscle contractility by activating microRNA-21 (miR-21), which down-regulates expression of family of dedicator of cytokinesis (DOCK) proteins.
The relationships I have found for the women in the whole collection are: Arranger, Author of the text or librettist, Editor, Dedicator, Dedicatee, Publisher, Performer, Honouree, Owner and when the relation is not clear I have coded it as Other.
In each of these three examples, earlier statue dedications were renovated when new dedicators, in one case a son of the original dedicator, added new statues or statuettes and new inscriptions to the original base.
49) The person receiving the dedication may respond, or may have already responded with a financial gift or less tangible favor that could be directly related to the production of that print, but also often simply with a continuous tendency to support the dedicator in a variety of ways over a longer period of time.
While Danai is a common Virgilian designation for 'Greeks,' the use of the word Danais here (instead of, say, Grais), highlighted by caesura, obliquely points in Alexandrian fashion to the first dedicator of the shield, Abas' grandfather, Danaus.
Although the lion and the prow are rendered in Greek sculptural style, they had particular symbolic relevance to the Phoenician-speaking dedicator and audience of the stele.