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ubiquitous

adjective ever-present, omnipresent, permeative, pervading, pervasive, ubiquitary, universal, worldwide
See also: broad, current, present
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Together, these e-mail programs have an installed base of more than 350 million e-mail clients throughout the world, making this approach easily and ubiquitously deployable.
W3C Members who joined in building the Web'in its first decade made the business decision that they, and the entire world, would benefit most by contributing to standards that could be implemented ubiquitously, without royalty payments.
Despite no dispute on the above paragraph, the Mooney viscometer is ubiquitously chosen as the standard test instrument by which others are calibrated.
His complaint that he is being silenced is hardly credible when he appears ubiquitously and incessantly in the most visible outlets of the mass media and denounces a supposed liberal tyranny that keeps him from being heard.
In addition to naive paintings, which ubiquitously color Haiti, the many small shops of Jacmel sell a diverse collection of locally produced items, crafted from wood, metal, and papier-mache, such as giant masks of lions with flowing manes and other animals and spirits.
The reason is that the Internet and other technologies allow intellectual capital to be leveraged into the marketplace more quickly, more ubiquitously than previously.
When naming the piece, Feld says that he was trying to think of something ubiquitously American, like "Susanna," but Cherokee Rose stuck with him.
She posited an infinite, essentially spiritual universe, containing only three species: an ubiquitously creative God, whose essential attribute is perfection - and is thus changeless; Christ, who partakes of the divine nature in reduced measure and is thus subject to change but only for the good, and who forms a bridge to the material/spiritual universe, providing the space and time within which it exists; and all created and contingent substances comprised of mind/spirit and matter.
The couched allegories which hovered ubiquitously in his earlier writings have not evaporated but rather condensed into a firm dichotomy of reality.
It is striking to recall that a family of proteins as large and ubiquitously expressed as chemokines and their receptors was unknown less than 10 years ago," writes Barrett J.
From the first conversation about the Telecom Act, [vendors] suggested they were going to be able to do things ubiquitously across the county -- long dis- tance, local, paging, cellular.
practical: The cost/convenience combination of ink on paper is hard to beat; mass media are ubiquitously available whereas projections of Internet penetration are uncertain at best; mass media and advertising agencies have decades of experience in transforming mere information into added-value messages, news or entertainment (so-called "content" -- what an awful word: contained in what?

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