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dedicate

verb address to, award, bestow, confer, conner honor on, consecrate, convey, dedicare, do honor, donate, endow, enshrine, give, give a prize, give earnestly, give honor, hallow, honor, immortalize, offer to give, pay honor, present, reelect honor on, render honor to, set apart, set apart for speeial use, set aside, vest
See also: devote
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Tristesse d'Olympio's single source is an unattributed scribal copy (in E minor), believed to be in the hand of Adam Laussel, the dedicatee.
The relationships I have found for the women in the whole collection are: Arranger, Author of the text or librettist, Editor, Dedicator, Dedicatee, Publisher, Performer, Honouree, Owner and when the relation is not clear I have coded it as Other.
See the chart listing the dedicatees in Juvenilia (xxxiv-xxxv).
Amis also finds dedicatees close to home, though this has included mentioning his famous-writer father.
Plutarch addressed many of the essays to friends or people in important positions, and several of the practical-philosophical essays, in particular, offer advice suitable to the circumstances of his dedicatees.
source information page, listing information for publishers, place of publication, dedicatees, series information, plate numbers.
Stephane Rolet then considers (in French) the genesis and composition of the Hieroglyphica of Pierio, using the extant editions, manuscripts (extant and lost), and dedicatees, while Ernesto Riva contributes an interesting paper on medicine and symbols in the Hieroglyphica.
The appendixes also include a list of dedicatees, transcribers of Saint-Saens's compositions, and publishers of first and early editions, with the titles of the published pieces and catalog numbers.
The editors connect Palmer and her dedicatees to the Presbyterian congregation of Thomas Cawton, a minister permitted to hold services near Westminster during a period that the Five Mile Act kept other dissenters distant from Parliament.
Declared unplayable by the original dedicatees, this enthralling piece remains metrically intricate even in Ades' transc riptions, probably the most difficult ensemble piece these players will ever see; they performed it triumphantly.
This extraordinary handlist--lucid in conceptualization and meticulous in execution--includes inter alia the authors' birth and death dates, BHL or BHG numbers for each narrative, the date of composition for each narrative, its incipit and desinit, the names of dedicatees or patrons and notice of dedicatory letters and prefaces, present-day locations of manuscripts arranged by city of current location, and notice of printed editions.