ymroddiad, hymroddiad, cyflwyniad, cyflwyniadau, chyflwyniad, chyflwyniadau, gyflwyniad, gyflwyniadau, nghyflwyniad, nghyflwyniadau, hymroad, neilltuad, ymroad
Noun(1) complete and wholehearted fidelity(2) a ceremony in which something (as a building(3) a message that makes a pledge(4) a short message (as in a book or musical work or on a photograph(5) the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally
(1) A number of students who helped design the space have since graduated but all were named and thanked at the special dedication and blessing ceremony.(2) Throughout the Gospels, two women stand out in their love for the Lord and fearless dedication to His purposes: Mary of Magdela and Mary of Bethany.(3) the hardback edition contained a warm dedication to his wife(4) The op. 45 set of three marches was published in Vienna in 1804, with a dedication to Princess Maria EsterhÔö£├¡zy.(5) When I told a friend about my dedication ceremony, I never anticipated her initial shocked reaction.(6) The moderator of Face the Nation and his wife, Pat, are expected in Fort Worth for the official dedication ceremony March 8.(7) The preparation and training involved for the trip required tremendous effort and dedication on their part, all in aid of a most worthy cause.(8) I spent months planning my dedication ceremony, and wrote the majority of it myself.(9) You don't have to go any further than the dedication to see what's so very wrong with her new book.(10) It was intended for two artists - thus, the dedication to Elena Winther and Vladimir Pleshakov - and not written with students in mind.(11) Here again, her dedication to the task on hand was as remarkable as ever and she proved an excellent student.(12) A family culture still very much prevails and, while output has increased, the Butlers insist their dedication to quality has not been compromised.(13) Tom had launched the contracting company and through sheer hard work and dedication to service and quality, they began to make their mark.(14) A dedication ceremony is to be performed by the Bishop of Bradford, the Rt Rev David James, next month.(15) Reg was a most popular man, admired for his leadership qualities and sincere dedication to everything he tackled.(16) Such preparations marked a building's dedication and consecration to the service of God.
1. commitment ::
2. devotion ::
3. inscription ::
4. blessing ::
5. loyalty ::
1. falsity ::
2. infidelity ::
3. perfidy ::
4. treachery ::
Different Formsdedication, dedications
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