rededicate (oneself) to (something)

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rededicate (oneself) to (something)

To reassert or reaffirm one's dedication or commitment to something or some activity. That near-death experience really prompted me to rededicate myself to my faith. I'm really trying to rededicate myself to my career, because I've been feeling like I'm in a rut lately.
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rededicate oneself or something to someone or something

to reaffirm the dedication of oneself or something to someone or something. I must ask you to rededicate yourself to our high purposes. They rededicated their church to God.
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Mr Sanjay urged the awardees to reciprocate managements king gesture by rededicating themselves to their duties to further enhance the company's progress.
On 9 November, both rival parties signed an agreement in Ethiopia rededicating themselves to cease hostilities and withdraw all foreign allied forces from the territory of South Sudan.
But some have managed to renew themselves by rededicating themselves to workers' control, to inner-union democracy and by focusing more on workers whom they did not reach in the past such as women and young workers.
He said people now need to "prove these evil men wrong" by walking freely and rededicating themselves to "peace, community and the belief in the inherent goodness of our citizens."
For Environment Secretary Ramon Paje, the best way for government officials to honor Robredo is by rededicating themselves to the ideals of public service.
A spirited gathering of local congregations and community groups rededicating themselves to creating a more just, inclusive, and prosperous region.
Many companies are rededicating themselves to scientific discovery and exploring novel mechanisms of drug action in addition to seeking clinically significant improvements in established compounds.
Israeli and Palestinian premiers met in Jerusalem last night in a public show of reconciliation, rededicating themselves to peace efforts.
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The priorities of the American professional not-for-profit theatre movement changed when it was decided that something essential was "too expensive." But not-for-profit "companies" should consider living up to their names and rededicating themselves to what is essential in theatre--creating opportunities for actors by giving them the opportunity to play, to grow, to improve their chops, to connect with difficult material, to not worry about where their next gig is coming from, and to forge themselves into an ensemble with other like-minded artists.
Kennedy said in 1963, that "race has no place in American life or law." The influence of our movement, the one thing that I can pass into my grave feeling very good about, is that we started the momentum so that now Americans are genuinely believing and rededicating themselves to the proposition that we really do want to be a raceless society.
As he writes, "the edge of Islamic history exists wherever people make the decision to cross a social boundary and join the Muslim community, either through religious conversion, or under modern conditions through nominal Muslims rededicating themselves to Islam as the touchstone of their social identity, or recasting their Muslim identities in a modern urban context" (p.
November 9, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) -- The South Sudanese government and the armed opposition faction of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A in Opposition) have signed an agreement rededicating themselves to cease hostilities and withdraw all foreign allied forces from the territory of South Sudan.
Robredo is by rededicating themselves to the ideals of public service, Environment Secretary Ramon Paje said on Wednesday.