devote oneself to

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Kill her, take her money and with the help of it devote oneself to the service of humanity and the good of all.
Essid added: "Today more than ever, we need to stick to these values, join ranks, make the nation's highest interest prevail and devote oneself to hard work in order to take up posed challenges.
Rather, it is a state of mind and a willingness to invest the time to become competent and/or find experienced professionals in the areas of finance, building construction and maintenance and to be willing to devote oneself to becoming familiar with all matters in one's selected community.