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Synonyms for devote

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

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

Synonyms for devote

give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause

dedicate

set aside or apart for a specific purpose or use

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The DEVOTE trial is a long-term, randomised, double-blinded and event-driven trial conducted to confirm the cardiovascular safety of Tresiba, as compared to insulin glargine U100 when added to standard of care, in people with type 2 diabetes.
The thought of finding two (much less 20) hours to devote to FAS No.
The candidate must devote a minimum of 75% of full-time professional effort to the goals of this award.
This model may be appropriate for CPAs who want to be responsive to their customers' needs, but may not want to devote a significant amount of time or resources to this practice area.
Current law allows houses of worship and other non-profit groups that hold 501(c)(3) status to devote 5 percent of their resources toward lobbying and flatly forbids them from endorsing or opposing candidates for office.
Under his guidance, many young scientists who come to the NINDS for advanced training in immunology have gone on to devote their professional lives to the MS problem.
Although a risk analysis that we are developing could lead us to amend our priorities, we expect to devote about 25 percent of our resources to the area largely defined by Governor Angell's report over the next few years, with about 40 percent of our audit resources to be devoted to the mission area of supervision and regulation of financial institutions and the remainder of our resources to be about equally divided between the mission areas of monetary policy and administration.
For certain specialized industries CPAs may need to devote extra time to gain a working understanding of the business and its competitors.
(Brazil did not develop its first comprehensive universities until the 1930s.) This in turn requires her to devote a good deal of attention to the vicissitudes of creating scientific and educational institutions in nineteenth-century Brazil.
Seven out of 10 modern parents devote more hours to taking youngsters swimming, to museums or theme parks, and six out of 10 have more fun with their kids.
When legislators approve the program and devote adequate financial resources to its implementation, it will signal the biggest and most strategic expansion of the region's mass transit system since the 1930's.
The author, a 17-year veteran with the Austin, Texas, Police Department, presents information in an easy-to-follow manner on a subject of increasing importance to law enforcement as agencies devote more resources to investigating white-collar crimes.
Newsweek -- an increasingly degenerate publication that is now really a cross between Glamour and People -- did not devote one cover story to breaking political or international news in recent weeks.
We should not devote limited educational funds and resources -- which could be used to create greater access to computers in our schools, for example -- to Ebonics.
Some years apo the International Synod of Catholic Bishops in Rome devoted itself to the study of the "consecrated life", that is, the life of men and women who live under vows to devote their lives to the service of the Church in imitation of Jesus.