Oraciones con la palabra "dedicated"

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1. But as any dedicated L.
2. We were dedicated to it;.
3. She was still so dedicated.
4. They were dedicated to the.
5. She was dedicated to love.
6. This book is dedicated to Tutz.
7. Will I have a dedicated Team?

8. This album is dedicated to you.
9. I'm dedicated to my profession.
10. And we are dedicated to justice.
11. We have dedicated over 60 years.
12. Dedicated to all those who love.
13. Dedicated to the Next Generation.
14. Most sites use dedicated routers.
15. Group is dedicated to serving the.
16. He is so dedicated to skiing and.
17. Bill was a very dedicated employee.
18. It has its own dedicated elevator.
19. It is a bust and is dedicated to.
20. The guy was dedicated and stubborn.
21. They're not as dedicated as we are.
22. A dedicated mother and grandmother.
23. An auspicious day dedicated to the.
24. This book is dedicated to his memory.
25. Growing up he was a dedicated stu-.
26. Will you be ready and dedicated?
27. Newton was just as dedicated to the.
28. His whole life was dedicated to the.
29. They are dedicated to impacting the.
30. All seven bodies had dedicated space.
31. The three surgeons are dedicated to.
32. They dedicated a song to Jerry Garcia.
33. Western National Life is dedicated to.
34. Mute testimony to his dedicated binge.
35. Having a dedicated team, and support.
36. I had more time, or been more dedicated.
37. This article is dedicated to bringing.
38. BCS is dedicated to ministering to the.
39. There are other dedicated news channels.
40. Southwest has been a dedicated Panhandle.
41. Dedicated to that beautiful girl Sylvia B.
42. An officer totally dedicated to his duty.
43. Only be a healer if you are dedicated to.
44. We have whole legal agencies dedicated to.
45. It is to them that this book is dedicated.
46. There are clipping services dedicated to.
47. That we will discuss in a book dedicated.
48. She was smart, dedicated, and so beautiful.
49. It is a magazine dedicated to focusing on.
50. Plus+, who is a dedicated and full fledged.
51. They were so proud, so eager, so dedicated.
52. The rest of the ride was dedicated to the.
53. Cathedral dedicated a new building in 2009.
54. I do know that a dedicated diver will have.
55. She’s a very dedicated one, he tells me.
56. Rex had dedicated one of Ariel’s bases as.
57. He’d dedicated himself to defending that.
58. This is what Solomon said when he dedicated.
59. After all, I had dedicated one full year of.
60. I used a dedicated camera, not a smartphone.
61. The High Heels then dedicated their party to.
62. And those who are dedicated to their prayers.
63. Ireland was dedicated to it or whatever that.
64. And truth, searching for meaning was dedicated.
65. WATCH THERE ARE 2 VIDEOS DEDICATED TO THE SAGE.
66. Golyakov is dedicated to complete discipline.
67. It’s not often you see someone so dedicated.
68. This book is also dedicated to you, the reader.
69. When I wrote that the whole year was dedicated.
70. Sponsor Ads are not dedicated to your ad alone.
71. Philip II for this victory, and dedicated to St.
72. And since then I have dedicated my life to you.
73. This chapter is dedicated to that last group of.
74. He was likewise a servant of God, dedicated to.
75. I do know that a dedicated diver will have op-.
76. Bacon’s memory, and the first dedicated to the.
77. There was a full, ten-minute slot dedicated to us.
78. This pod would be named and dedicated to Victoria.
79. Both governments and business are dedicated to a.
80. I had been dedicated and devoted enough to warrant.
81. The section of the ship dedicated to saving marine.
82. He was dedicated to his work, the cause, the Party.
83. The next chapter will be dedicated to identifying.
84. Like all foolish heroes, Harry Travis is dedicated.
85. Soraya dedicated herself to taking care of my father.
86. This book is dedicated to my parents, Audrey and Al.
87. London Society, the first organization dedicated to.
88. Dedicated in raising awareness and preventing abuse.
89. The tranquility reigned in ponds dedicated to saving.
90. As I have dedicated my life to Your service as Your.
91. There are fifty cameras dedicated to the guest house.
92. I don’t think I’m that dedicated, Desa said.
93. A world honored by harmful brain and dedicated teeth.
94. From the little I know, he was a loyal and dedicated.
95. One thing is sure, she is totally dedicated to Stavka.
96. The Royal Caribbean even offers a dedicated teen room.
97. Do you wish a ward to be dedicated to your names?
98. There is a chapter dedicated to statistics, and most.
99. Now that’s some cat, a dedicated hiker, through and.
100. We must be dedicated to the doing of the Father's will.
1. In dedicating our children to the Lord, this.
2. The man who acts, dedicating all his actions to God and.
3. Thus constantly dedicating his Self to God, the immaculate.
4. Conclude the meditation by dedicating the merit of the meditation.
5. The prayer was long, a prayer dedicating the lives of this village to him.
6. The members are only allowed to join by dedicating themselves solely to the Lord.
7. Shirley Dibs had worked in the caring business since leaving school, dedicating her life to the comfort of others.
8. You remember what happened when Solomon finished dedicating the temple to God in prayer: the glory of the Lord came down.
9. In the end, this novel turned out to be a story about friendship, so I’m dedicating it to my friend Margaret Palisi, with whom I share thirty-five years of memories.
10. While he was actively involved in religious endeavors, Roger was also dedicating precious time to participate in political discourse in the communities where he lived and worked.
11. I return to the scene of my former business very soon as my parole ends and I begin my retribution for the stealing of the fruits of my labour by dedicating a song on the album especially to V.
12. It is not the mystical feeling of being one with the One and of losing oneself in the oceanic joy this fusion offers, but of completely and humbly dedicating oneself to the creation of secondary beauty, which is the goal of Life.
13. Siri decided to switch his skills from the exploitation of climate change, to dedicating his efforts towards minimising, as much as possible at this late stage, the expected catastrophic effects on humanity and the environment on which it depended for survival.
14. It appeared that by dedicating to physical toil eight hours, that half of the day which I had formerly passed in the oppressive state of a struggle with ennui, eight hours remained to me, of which only five of intellectual activity, according to my terms, were necessary to me.
15. Their brevity is readily understandable not only because the field has grown since Graham and Dodd published but because the themes sounded throughout their work are inherently applicable to this mode, such that dedicating a chapter to distressed investing as such would have been nearly superfluous.
16. This carried on for months on end and suddenly, one day out of the blue, a thought struck me like a ton of bricks – this woman has, amongst others, bought a brand new car and is spending my dad’s money, having the best time of her life and I am ruining my life by dedicating all my thoughts towards my hate to her and she isn’t even aware of it.
17. Dedicating my energies to the study of the social organisation which is in the future to replace the present condition of things, I've come to the conviction that all makers of social systems from ancient times up to the present year, 187-, have been dreamers, tellers of fairy-tales, fools who contradicted themselves, who understood nothing of natural science and the strange animal called man.
18. Rising from a little cabin-boy in short clothes of the drabbest drab, to a harpooneer in a broad shad-bellied waistcoat; from that becoming boat-header, chief-mate, and captain, and finally a ship owner; Bildad, as I hinted before, had concluded his adventurous career by wholly retiring from active life at the goodly age of sixty, and dedicating his remaining days to the quiet receiving of his well-earned income.
19. Because they are the furthest removed action for a person living the life they are in, at the point of the receipt of the news: becoming world champions in sport at entirely the wrong age, selling everything to launch a business idea, leaving everything they know to cleave a new life in a foreign country where there is no chance of lapsing back into the ways of Blighty, dedicating their lives to a cause which they feel warrants such a sacrifice with the most incredible, world-changing results.
1. Roger dedicates this poem to him:.
2. He dedicates a fire there every year.
3. That state is knowledge in which a man dedicates himself wholly to.
4. Homer dedicates the other twenty books of his poem to this journey.
5. He dedicates one of his hands to re-combing his hair, and the other to re-tucking his shirt.
6. I,103) and he dedicates at least half of his poem to the description of how they are destroyed.
7. Homer dedicates 12 out of 24 chapters to describe this process, which is the central theme of the poem.
8. Often, adventures which Vancouver dedicates three chapters to, these men accounted unworthy of being set down in the ship's common log.
9. A traditional Muslim clergyman admires the Quran above everything else and dedicates his life to it, even though more often than not he has to work for very low pay.
10. Thiers alone dedicates a few eloquent lines to their memory: ‘These wretches had occupied the sacred citadel, having supplied themselves with guns from the arsenal, and fired’ (the wretches) ‘at the French.
11. Thiers alone dedicates a few eloquent lines to their memory: These wretches had occupied the sacred citadel, having supplied themselves with guns from the arsenal, and fired (the wretches) at the French.
12. One hundred nanoteers builds a mouse, a thousand assembles a laptop, a million constructs a computer lab, and a trillion dedicates a Gamegineer Server to their own online Collaborative School of Competitive Design.
13. He shuns the light, he fights against it, rages against it and dedicates his life to extinguishing it; yet in all this fury, beneath the grime of his iniquity, he himself becomes an albino – as white as snow, as white as starlight.

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1. I dedicate this chapter to.
2. To dedicate oneself thus to God is dharm.
3. Dedicate the chapel to his favourite saint.
4. Finally, dedicate the merit of this meditation.
5. Mary started to stay home more often, and dedicate.
6. If you dedicate your time and energy, you'll reap.
7. Oh Lord, I dedicate this work of our hands to You.
8. Dedicate all the extra funds you have to paying it off.
9. Dedicate your lives to the enhancement of commonplace toil.
10. You would truly dedicate your life to me, Sir Edric?
11. When we have children, I want you to dedicate yourself to them.
12. DEDICATE THEIR LIVES TO PREVENTING THE TORTURE AND ABUSE OF OUR.
13. I shall dedicate every man I have to you, you can love by proxy.
14. Louie had met the man who would dedicate himself to shattering him.
15. I will dedicate my spare hours to researching the Royal Libraries.
16. So why dedicate a poem to Ulysses? There was no one interested in.
17. To dedicate his loyalty to Judaism, he decided to rebuild the Temple.
18. It was only logical to assume she would eventually dedicate them to.
19. In those times, it was the practice to dedicate literary compositions.
20. Despite this whole mess that had beset him, Tony decided to dedicate.
21. They certainly didn’t dedicate this much time and resources to a lark.
22. For instance, dedicate your educational progress to Christ and His mission.
23. If God would quench their thirst, he vowed, he’d dedicate his life to him.
24. As I mentioned above there are a lot of other networks, which I may dedicate.
25. At the congregation I attend we dedicate babies to God when they are newborns.
26. Comment on a daily basis and dedicate at least an hour or two to this activity.
27. In the afternoon he flew up to New Hampshire to dedicate a new air control tower.
28. So Tony decided to dedicate himself full time to the construction of the orphanage.
29. Mental wellness is necessary in order to dedicate oneself to being a parent full-time.
30. And dedicate yourself to the true religion-a monotheist-and never be of the polytheists.
31. In a sense I dedicate this piece to my Professor who has proven to me that coming from an.
32. I dedicate this day to the man who first believed me that I can do it even before I did, Mr.
33. Athene wondered how people could dedicate years of their lives to worship in such surroundings.
34. Dedicate your life to teaching your brethren how to love one another, even as I have loved you.
35. You could do nothing better than to join our nunnery and dedicate your life to the sacrament of.
36. To her you dedicate the best song of praise that a son can dedicate to the one who gave him life.
37. Carla announced that she would like to dedicate the next song to a special friend with her tonight.
38. What more symbolic than that we here dedicate ourselves all the more firmly to science and progress.
39. I dedicate this story to my dear sweet momma, and my giant of a nephew-Jordan! May she rest in peace.
40. Except those who repent, and reform, and hold fast to God, and dedicate their religion to God alone.
41. So I’ll run the regulator all the time, but only run the oxygenator on days I dedicate to using it.
42. It will have to be so inspiring that people would dedicate their lives to studying it and promoting it.
43. From a very young age he was under constant pressure to rehearse and dedicate himself to his musical career.
44. He required only the twelve and the seventy to dedicate all of their worldly possessions to the common cause.
45. Dedicate the remainder of your life to promoting the practical aspects of brotherly love among your brethren.
46. Yet even thus I loved them to adoration; and to save them, I resolved to dedicate myself to my most abhorred task.
47. Then said Judas and his brothers, see, our enemies are discomfited: let us go up to cleanse and dedicate the sanctuary.
48. Such a position would give him an increased mandate to dedicate resources to his next great task—toppling Stratavynski.
49. He was wearing this big coat and dark glasses and he asked me to dedicate the book to Reuben, Tracey smirked at the memory.
50. He monastically denied himself earthly pleasures (or so he claimed) in order to be able to dedicate himself fully to his calling.
51. To answer that question, you have to take into account a number of factors to determine how much capital to dedicate to commodities.
52. If ever a creature were to be dumped upon this planet and dedicate their existence to cleaning the place up, this was the way to do it.
53. We cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground … the kids were reciting in a pitch that was close to screaming.
54. He said he would dedicate himself to the gods of vengeance if he was shown how to gather power to himself for evil against most humankind.
55. Dedicate your life to the demonstration of that combined human affection and divine dignity of the God-knowing and Son-believing disciple.
56. Principal Dean, distinguished teachers, proud parents and my fellow students, I dedicate this speech to a boy I knew and a young man I loved.
57. Tourists that wish to engage in sports will find a limitless number of land and sea activities to which they can dedicate their precious time.
58. Let me endeavor to recall to recollection the state of things about the period when I had the unhappiness to dedicate myself to political life.
59. We have spoken to brokers and other account managers who dedicate their lives to studying the markets and improving their clients’ bottom line.
60. This is for you, Gwydre, do you hear me? I dedicate this coming battle to you, my brother, and I took up my shield, javelin case and spear.
61. In Haines, it becomes dark very late in summer due to the midnight sun, and there are many activities to which visitors can dedicate their time.
62. For more details on COIN training and operations please read my book Mean Streets - Life in the Apartheid Police where I dedicate a whole chapter to it.
63. Author´s note: I have gone through Chapter VII until page 34, and since the number 7 is a sacred one, I had to dedicate to my readers a few words, sacred to me.
64. At the very least, you should be a serious trader who has a lot of time to dedicate to trading and a lot of money to lose in the educational phase of trading.
65. If my neighbor is not a threat, then I can dedicate one of my eyes for looking into the distance to see what is coming, rather than having to worry about who is next to me.
66. Dick decided that he would not challenge Al Gore for the Democratic nomination for President, but instead dedicate all his efforts to winning back the House and becoming Speaker.
67. She was bareheaded, and her hair was twisted up into a tiny knot, and on the right side of it was stuck an artificial rose, such as are used to dedicate cherubs sold in Palm week.
68. In each locality that they visit, they will have available for their choice a great variety of activities to which they can dedicate their time, such as kayaking and salmon fishing.
69. Dedicate your life, Simon, to showing how acceptably mortal man may fulfill my injunction concerning the simultaneous recognition of temporal duty to civil powers and spiritual service in the brotherhood of the kingdom.
70. It is with profound gratitude that I accept this award, and I will dedicate it to the memory of my dear friend Dekagnath, who fell while fighting over Zarkog’s lair as a warrior of The Strike Force of the Just Alliance.
71. Some people were happy for just her autograph but others asked her to dedicate the book to people, their partner, their sister, their mother even! Tracey told herself she shouldn't be shocked by anything, especially not today.
72. My Ninth Tactical Air Command will dedicate itself to the close air support of Allied troops and to protecting them from the Luftwaffe, and I will have no qualms in closely coordinating my operations with those of our ground units.
73. Just kidding, we did outdoor stuff too, and most of our shopping online seeing as how the mall shops couldn’t cater to our obscure media needs, having to dedicate the majority of their shelf-space to the lowest common denominator.
74. Emphasis was on developing an ideal citizen of India and the world who would have culture, highest morals and ethics, live a simple life; and dedicate his/her life to regenerate ideal circumstances for everyone’s progress (Sarvodaya) in India.
75. After he was made a member of the Religious Education Commission, as interested as he was in soccer and as active as all his children were in that sport, Roger decided to dedicate more time to the Cursillo and to the religious education of the Diocese of Orange.
76. When you dedicate a computer to functioning as a web server, for example, and you want it to be able to service as many clients as possible, it makes sense to disable all extraneous functions, which is something that is far easier to do on a Unix system than in Windows.
77. Here and there aboard NGS Saint Frydhelm the more zealous members of her crew paused in the prayer and meditation the Holy Writ enjoined all faithful sons and daughters of Mother Church to dedicate to the well-being of their souls during that special and sanctified time of the night.
78. The religion of Jesus does, indeed, dominate and transform its believers, demanding that men dedicate their lives to seeking for a knowledge of the will of the Father in heaven and requiring that the energies of living be consecrated to the unselfish service of the brotherhood of man.
79. Even if John is retired and has all the time and money in the world, unless he is willing to dedicate his entire life to trading, spend years and countless dollars and resources on becoming a professional trader, his chances of success against these heavyweights over the long term are very slim.
80. In spite of the fact that the media refused to point out those mistakes, as they have also refused to examine closely the Senator’s history and weaknesses, at the moment of truth, the American voter is going to be thinking about who is going to dedicate greater persistence to the security of the country.
81. A dozen families might be saved from hunger, want, ruin, crime, and misery, and all with her money! Kill her, I say, take it from her, and dedicate it to the service of humanity and the general good! What is your opinion? Shall not one little crime be effaced and atoned for by a thousand good deeds? For one useless life a thousand lives saved from decay and death.
82. Dedicate your life to the great work of showing how the critical material mind of man can triumph over the inertia of intellectual doubting when faced by the demonstration of the manifestation of living truth as it operates in the experience of spirit-born men and women who yield the fruits of the spirit in their lives, and who love one another, even as I have loved you.
83. Annie, knowing her brother from years of quiet observation, correctly suggested to her great-aunt that he would dedicate his new found personal freedom and financial independence to the pursuit of private digital excess, and it was this that great-aunt Edith was thinking about as she lay in bed after a very pleasant Saturday in the company of her poor, disappointed relative.
84. In the maturity of his experience, skill, and fame—possessed, as he is, of the portraits of most of the great men of that period, taken principally from the life, and having been himself largely and personally conversant with them in their great deeds, we trust that the government will promptly second what we doubt not the united voice of the nation will demand—that the illustrious artist should dedicate the evening of his life to his country's honour and glory.
85. Now that Roger is retired, he has decided to dedicate some of his time, every now and then, to write poems about topics that penetrate his heart, for poetry possesses that special capacity to communicate passion and sadness, beauty and love, joy and nostalgia… Perhaps these poems, all originally written in Spanish, do not deserve prizes in modern poetic contests, but they reflect in the author an eagerness to mix the old cannons of rhyme and rhythm with the metric flexibility of the modern free verse.
86. In the first place, he is thought just, and therefore bears rule in the city; he can marry whom he will, and give in marriage to whom he will; also he can trade and deal where he likes, and always to his own advantage, because he has no misgivings about injustice; and at every contest, whether in public or private, he gets the better of his antagonists, and gains at their expense, and is rich, and out of his gains he can benefit his friends, and harm his enemies; moreover, he can offer sacrifices, and dedicate gifts to the gods abundantly and magnificently, and can honour the gods or any man whom he wants to honour in a far better style than the just, and therefore he is likely to be dearer than they are to the gods.
87. Why do good men and even women, who have certainly no interest in war, go into raptures over the various exploits of Skobeloff and others, and vie with one another in glorifying them? Why do men, who are not obliged to do so, and get no fee for it, devote, like the marshals of nobility in Russia, whole months of toil to a business physically disagreeable and morally painful—the enrolling of conscripts? Why do all kings and emperors wear the military uniform? Why do they all hold military reviews, why do they organize maneuvers, distribute rewards to the military, and raise monuments to generals and successful commanders? Why do rich men of independent position consider it an honor to perform a valet's duties in attendance on crowned personages, flattering them and cringing to them and pretending to believe in their peculiar superiority? Why do men who have ceased to believe in the superstitions of the mediæval Church, and who could not possibly believe in them seriously and consistently, pretend to believe in and give their support to the demoralizing and blasphemous institution of the church? Why is it that not only governments but private persons of the higher classes, try so jealously to maintain the ignorance of the people? Why do they fall with such fury on any effort at breaking down religious superstitions or really enlightening the people? Why do historians, novelists, and poets, who have no hope of gaining anything by their flatteries, make heroes of kings, emperors, and conquerors of past times? Why do men, who call themselves learned, dedicate whole lifetimes to making theories to prove that violence employed by authority against the people is not violence at all, but a special right? One often wonders why a fashionable lady or an artist, who, one would think, would take no interest in political or military questions, should always condemn strikes of working people, and defend war; and should always be found without hesitation opposed to the one, favorable to the other.
88. Where they should dedicate a street to bribery,.
89. When you dedicate a portion of your job search to helping others,.

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