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  • noun a new dedication.

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  • noun a new dedication

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Examples

  • This morning, church members will begin what they call a rededication and reconsecration.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2008

  • Next hour, church members will begin what they call a rededication and reconsecration.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2008

  • Because our ancestors were motivated by the spirit of freedom-perhaps the Atlantic Charter could be called a rededication of their aims and objectives -- it appears in retrospect only natural that the kernel of our society would be individualistic.

    Leviathan or Post-War Trends in Government and Business

  • Corbin, who spoke during Saturday's ceremony, called the rededication of the jail an

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Corbin, who spoke during Saturday's ceremony, called the rededication of the jail an

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Corbin, who spoke during Saturday's ceremony, called the rededication of the jail an

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Corbin, who spoke during Saturday's ceremony, called the rededication of the jail an

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • But Bush's "rededication" to Jesus, as he calls it, has a highly personal, even therapeutic thrust.

    Finding God

  • That night, Springsteen talked about seeing The Doors play in the historic hall, and later described how the E Street show in Convention Hall marked the "rededication" and "rebirth" of the band.

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  • "rededication" service for him and 11 other black soldiers.

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