Rededication



noun
1.
the act of dedicating.
2.
the state of being dedicated:
Her dedication to medicine was so great that she had time for little else.
3.
a formal, printed inscription in a book, piece of music, etc., dedicating it to a person, cause, or the like.
4.
a personal, handwritten inscription in or on a work, as by an author to a friend.
5.
a ceremony marking the official completion or opening of a public building, institution, monument, etc.
noun
1.
the act of dedicating or the state of being dedicated
2.
an inscription or announcement prefixed to a book, piece of music, etc, dedicating it to a person or thing
3.
complete and wholehearted devotion, esp to a career, ideal, etc
4.
a ceremony in which something, such as a church, is dedicated

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