dedication

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
adama

Sıkı çalışma ve kendini adama sana başarıyı getirecektir. - Hard work and dedication will bring you success.

ithaf

Onun ithafına hayranım. - I admire his dedication.

1935'de bir yazar, annesi tarafından sağlanan fonla bir şiir kitabı yayımlattı. İthaf yazısında, onun kitap müsveddesini kabul etmeyen tüm editörlere teşekkür etti. - In 1935 a writer published a book of poetry with funds provided by his mother. In the dedication he thanked all the editors who had rejected his manuscript.

ithaf/adama
{i} tahsis edilmiş
bağlanım
ithaf etme
complete dedication
tam bağlılık
dedicatory
(sıfat) ithaf olarak
dedicatory
{s} ithaf olarak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The deliberate or negligent surrender of all rights to property
A ceremony marking an official completion or opening
The act of dedicating or the state of being dedicated
A note addressed to a patron or friend, prefixed to a work of art as a token of respect, esteem, or affection
the voluntary consecration or relinquishment of something to an end or cause
The voluntary giving of private property to some public use by the owner, as teh dedicatin of land for streets, schools, etc , in a development
{n} the act of dedicating, a consecration
An appropriation of land by its owner for some public use accepted for such use by authorized public officials on behalf of the public
a message that makes a pledge
The voluntary giving of private property by the owner of a development for some public use (streets, schools, etc ,)
the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action; "his long commitment to public service"; "they felt no loyalty to a losing team"
The act of setting apart or consecrating to a divine Being, or to a sacred use, often with religious solemnities; solemn appropriation; as, the dedication of Solomon's temple
The setting aside of certain land by the owner and declaring it to be for public use Examples: streets, sidewalks and parks Deed - A document through which a conveyance of property is effected Deed Restriction - A covenant contained in a deed imposing limits on the use or occupancy of the real estate or the type, size, purpose or location of improvements to be constructed on it Defect - A blemish, imperfection or deficiency A defective title is one that is irregular and faulty Depreciation - Loss in value occasioned by ordinary wear and tear, destructive action of the elements, or functional or economic obsolescence Devise - A gift of real estate made by a will Dominant Estate - The property for the benefit of which a right-of-way easement exists across another's adjoining piece of land is said to be the dominant estate The land across which the easement runs is said to be the servient estate
The voluntary giving of private property by the owner of a development for some public use (streets, schools, etc )
means the deliberate setting aside or appropriation of land for a general and public use, reserving to the property owner no rights other than those that are compatible with the exercise and enjoyment of the public use to which the property is devoted
a ceremony in which something (as a building) is dedicated to some goal or purpose
An instrument which dedicated something such as a road to the public or to an individual These are usually dedications from a governing body for the use of public access, i e roads But a dedication can affect many things besides public access and what is being dedicated will be found in the body of the document on file Also, it is common to find dedications in the Map records, dedicating certain areas, such as roads and common areas to the public
The process by which title to roads and other land is transferred by a property owner to the government
The voluntary transfer of private property by its owner to the public for some public use, such as for streets or schools deed A written instrument that, when executed and delivered, conveys title to or an interest in real estate
- The setting aside of certain property by the owner and declaring it to be for public use Examples: streets, sidewalks, parks
complete and wholehearted fidelity
An appropriation of land by an owner to some public use together with acceptance for such use by or on behalf of the public
A devoting or setting aside for any particular purpose; as, a dedication of lands to public use
Often required under subdivision or development agreements, the donation of parcels of land to the municipality for a public use, such as a street, a park or a school
A donation of property by a property owner to a public authority such as a local government without payment and for a public use
{i} setting apart; devotion; inscription (in a book, poem, etc.)
The giving of land by its owner for the use of the public and sometimes accepted for such use by authorized officials on behalf of the public
The voluntary transfer, or transfer as a condition of subdivision approval, of private property by its owner to the public for some public use, such as for streets or park land
a short message (as in a book or musical work or on a photograph) dedicating it to someone or something
An address to a patron or friend, prefixed to a book, testifying respect, and often recommending the work to his special protection and favor
The process where an individual accepts the Craft as their path and vows to study and learn all that is necessary to reach adept ship It is a conscious preparation to accept something new into your life and stick with it, regardless of the highs and lows that may follow Deosil: Clockwise, the direction in which the shadow on a sundial moves as the Sun "moves" across the sky Deosil is symbolic of life, positive magick, positive energies Divine Power: The unmanifested, pure energy that exists within the Goddess and God The life force, the ultimate source of all things Drawing Down the Moon: A ritual performed during the Full Moon by witches to empower themselves and unite their essence with a particular deity, usually the Goddess Drawing Down the Sun: Lesser-known and lesser-used companion ritual to Drawing Down the Moon in which the essence of the Sun God is drawn into the body of a male witch
A dedication is a message which is written at the beginning of a book, or a short announcement which is sometimes made before a play or piece of music is performed, as a sign of affection or respect for someone. see also dedicate
The setting aside of certain land by the owner and declaring it to be for public use Examples: streets, sidewalks and parks
The setting aside of certain land by the owner and declaring it to be for public use (e g , streets, sidewalks and parks)
The application of privately owned land to the public for no consideration, with the intent that the land will be accepted and used for public purposes
The donation of land for public use by its owner
complete and wholehearted fidelity a short message (as in a book or musical work or on a photograph) dedicating it to someone or something a ceremony in which something (as a building) is dedicated to some goal or purpose
Part of the front matter of a book in which the author dedicates the work to an individual or group of individuals
1 Page in a manuscript in which the author dedicates the work to a person, persons, institution, or abstraction The modern style is to make the dedication as brief and simple as possible
The donation of private property to the public for use as streets, parks, etc Deed The legal document that transfers ownership of a piece of property
- The setting aside of certain land by the owner and declaring it to be for public use Example: streets, sidewalks and parks
The ritual during which one consciously vows to honor the deities, spirits and traditions of Paganism or Wicca Various traditions have specific rituals within their own worship, however solitary practitioners may perform self-dedication as well
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{a} composing a dedication, flattering
Dedicatory
dedicatorial
author's dedication
part of a book in which the author dedicates his book to someone important in his life
dedications
plural of dedication
dedications
A kind thought about someone expressed in writing (in the PACAA Press) or verbally (during Morning Meeting)
dedications
A controversial water rights policy that involves a trade-off in which a user can begin pumping groundwater in exchange for a guarantee to buy and retire a like amount of surface water in the future Critics of the policy argue that dedications are often difficult to enforce and can lead to overuse of groundwater when a user fails to fulfill on the guarantee
dedicatory
of or pertaining to dedication
dedicatory
{s} pertaining to dedication, pertaining to consecration
dedicatory
Constituting or serving as a dedication; complimental
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