What is devote?

  • (verb): Set aside or apart for a specific purpose or use.
    Example: "This land was devoted to mining"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on devote:

2008 Monaco Grand Prix - Report - Race
... Massa held his lead into the first corner at Sainte Devote, while behind him Hamilton used the pit lane exit to pass Räikkönen down the inside ... when Massa slid off down the escape road at Sainte Devote, the undamaged Ferrari rejoining in second as the rain eased. 46 – finished his race in the barriers at Sainte Devote ...
Adoro Te Devote
... Adoro te devote is a Eucharistic hymn written by Saint Thomas Aquinas ... as follows Latin text Poetic English translation English Translation Adoro te devote, latens Deitas, Quæ sub his figuris vere latitas Tibi se cor meum totum subjicit, Quia te contemplans totum deficit ...
Chen Model
... James and Webber devote a section to discuss Chen model in their book Gibson et al ... devote a section to cover Chen model in their review article ... devote a paper to study and extend Chen model ...
1994 Monaco Grand Prix - Report - Race
... Devote corner ... Devote resulting in a retirement for both drivers ... Devote which Schumacher, leading the race, had to avoid ...
2002 Monaco Grand Prix - Report - Race
... from Montoya to take the lead into Sainte-Devote for the first time, as Michael Schumacher held third position from his brother. 15 laps before the Scot spun into the tyres at Sainte-Devote ... Panis and Button collided at Sainte-Devote on Lap 51, with the Frenchman admitting he had not seen the Renault on the inside of him and both were forced out with accident ...

More definitions of "devote":

  • (verb): Dedicate.
    Synonyms: give, pay

Famous quotes containing the word devote:

    It is not a man’s duty, as a matter of course, to devote himself to the eradication of any, even the most enormous, wrong; he may still properly have other concerns to engage him; but it is his duty, at least, to wash his hands of it, and, if he gives it no thought longer, not to give it practically his support.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The fact that we are all trained to be mothers from infancy on means that we are all trained to devote our lives to men, whether they are our sons or not; that we are all trained to force other women to exemplify the lack of qualities which characterizes the cultural construct of femininity.
    Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)

    ... is it not clear that to give to such women as desire it and can devote themselves to literary and scientific pursuits all the advantages enjoyed by men of the same class will lessen essentially the number of thoughtless, idle, vain and frivolous women and thus secure the [sic] society the services of those who now hang as dead weight?
    Sarah M. Grimke (1792–1873)