He thereupon discovered that his dedication was not universal.
“[I hope] that my dedication to work outshines any name that is attached to me,” she says.
And that is why I intend to personally pursue this outcome with all the patience and dedication that the task requires.
Through the dedication and commitment of countless family members, we managed to honor our loved ones through these efforts.
As an adulthood now living out his passion, his dedication sometimes borders on obsession.
You will see that one page is left blank; I couldn't fill it up till I knew whether you would accept the dedication.
The dedication of the temple was signalized by a similar manifestation.
He took it from her hand, and turning the title-page, gave it her again to read the dedication.
He scorned a dedication, that misnomer for gratuitous advertising.
However incongruous such a dedication may now seem, it had great significance at the time.
late 14c., "action of dedicating," from Old French dedicacion (14c., Modern French dédication) "consecration of a church or chapel," or directly from Latin dedicationem, noun of action from dedicare (see dedicate). Meaning "the giving of oneself to some purpose" is c.1600; as an inscription in a book, etc., from 1590s.