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ubiquitous

adjective ever-present, omnipresent, permeative, pervading, pervasive, ubiquitary, universal, worldwide
See also: broad, current, present
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Pervading the month is the ubiquitousness of two key devices (what a wonderful spin Reyner Banham (10) would have put on them) Duck tape (11) that binds almost anything to anything, and the hard disk stick, passed from hand-to-hand in a front row of conference speakers or dug out of pockets to info-up an exhibit's display .
The universality of high school education, and the near ubiquitousness of higher education as a result of the GI bill, sped its demise.
7) It is the apparent ubiquitousness of my family, with its members residing in Vienna, Frankfort, Paris, Naples and London, and all of them lovers of and purchasers of old art that accounts, to a great extent, for our name being so prominently identified with the mania.
Psychologists cite the feeding experience as the earliest, most basic form of human relating; and an understanding of the dynamics involved helps to explain the ubiquitousness of food and feeding imagery in Christian sentimental / domestic novels, the tie between the maternal figure and the nurturing Christ of the Gospel accounts, and the connection between feeding / nurturing and identity.
Though this search may not and is not without difficulties and contradictions, they nonetheless capture the fervent of socio-cultural and economic relationships that are being constructed and reconstructed in a context that contests the ubiquitousness of globalization.
Co-editor Phil Powrie takes on the ubiquitousness of the accordion as a motif culturel in "The Fabulous Destiny of the Accordion in French Cinema.
With the speeding up of the relative decline of the industrial sector, the rise of the services economy, and the growing ubiquitousness of information and communications technologies (ICT) a 'new economy' has been created.
Four of the species reported by Villegas-Guzman (2003) can be considered commensalistic because of their ubiquitousness in packrat nests.
Jones (1997), who is the founder of Jones University, one of the first virtual institutions to gain state level accreditation, writes: "While there will never be a substitute for the ivy-covered experience of the college campus, advances in computers, cable television and satellites and the ubiquitousness of the Internet and it's World Wide Web should and will make higher education available to the most people at the lowest cost--worldwide.
Row crops were the most common land use near nests, reflecting the ubiquitousness of cropland in the landscape, but shrikes preferentially selected nest sites in or near pastures (Table 1).
The growing importance and ubiquitousness of ADC and EDI in logistics and distribution is considered as well as the need for additional conceptual consideration in strategic business pedagogy.

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