The new park was dedicated today.
a young attorney who has decided to dedicate her career to helping the poor receive justice
recent Examples on the Web : adjective
The highest performing teams are skilled at learning from experience and dedicate time for team learning.
Tony Gambill, Forbes, 10 Nov. 2021
The South of Spain is getting its own dedicate post-production studio, Antípodas Film Lab, the first of its kind in the region.
Jamie Lang, Variety, 20 Oct. 2021
Funding will also be used to place health professionals in every CMSD campus and dedicate time before and after the traditional school day to offer students additional access to art, music and physical education.
Hannah Drown, cleveland, 22 Sep. 2021
But on the weekends, the astronauts can connect with their families on video calls — and dedicate time to others.
Ashley Strickland, Flickroom, 8 Sep. 2021
First Security Bank Conway will formally open and dedicate Phase 1 of the Jerry Cooper Sensory Play Trail at 10 a.m. at Laurel Park.
Arkansas Online, 20 Oct. 2020
The governor wants to see the city dedicate members of the police department to enforce compliance, saying that the task force of state police and liquor authority personnel would not be adequate to monitor restaurants on top of bars.
Steve Bittenbender, Washington Examiner, 4 Sep. 2020
New Jersey’s Department of Health has directed nursing homes in the state to enact a response plan to separate symptomatic and COVID-infected residents, those exposed to COVID-19 and all others as well as dedicate staff to caring for each cohort.
Clara Hendrickson, Detroit Free Press, 28 Aug. 2020
recent Examples on the Web : Verb
Born in 1932, Antonio Condurro would dedicate his life to pizza.
Rebecca Ann Hughes, Forbes, 27 Dec. 2021
The sibling trio dedicate their ballad to… each other?
Maggie Fremont, EW.com, 14 Dec. 2021
Instead, the central government should dedicate a certain percentage of the country’s GDP to provide financial subsidies to families, either in the form of cash payment, tax incentives or other social security benefits.
Nectar Gan And Steve George, Flickroom, 1 Dec. 2021
In 1876, the university’s physics department became the first physics department in the country to dedicate itself to research, according to the university.
Alex Mann, baltimoresun.com, 17 Dec. 2021
Hill left college after his junior year in 2016 to dedicate himself to swimming and building a career in the pool.
Los Angeles Times, 15 Dec. 2021
In 2019, Cho left architecture behind to dedicate herself to recipes, and her timing turned out to be fortuitous.
Janelle Bitker, San Francisco Chronicle, 5 Nov. 2021
Kushner based the show partly on his own childhood in Lake Charles, and Caroline loosely on Maudie Lee Davis, who worked for his family and gave him permission to dedicate it to her.
New York Times, 20 Oct. 2021
During the unveiling, Doncic signed the court to officially dedicate it to his hometown.
Demetrio Teniente, Dallas News, 4 Sep. 2021
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