dedicated

[ ded-i-key-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF dedicated

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He has made a speech, and dedicated it to German fame for ever.

Kemp, the clown of his company, knew her, and dedicated a book to her rather familiarly.

This building was dedicated to the use of the society, March 18, 1871.

The monument was dedicated July 28th, 1867, at the maple grove, in the park.

It is to the memory of the original volunteers of August, 1914, that this book is dedicated.

But by doing so had he not dedicated her, not to a greater, but to a longer suffering?

Gyllius 408 was told that the church had been dedicated to S. Theodore.

She had been dedicated by her father, and her mother had consented.

There were also in the interior of the temple other images which had been dedicated by private persons.

The book, dedicated "To my Wife," appeared early in October.

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