In a formal media article that describes my achievements, I want to say something like the following:

I want to dedicate this achievement/award to my family and especially to my wife for all the nights she stayed up to give me company while I pulled all nighthers.

The all-nighters seems a bit informal and student-ish and I am not a student. Is there a better/concise/formal way of saying this?

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... for keeping me company as I worked through all those nights.

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  • +1 Great! Thank you. One last question - is the usage and especially to my wife... correct? – Legend Feb 19 '14 at 16:49

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