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Ward's scholarly thoroughness and precision, however, pervade the book, and this long-missing chapter in English music history will at last find a place on the library shelves.
His image appears in coats of arms and on countless illustrations that to this day pervade our lives.
Theorists have proposed hard-to-detect WIMPs as one of the candidates for the so-called dark, or missing, matter thought to pervade the universe.
Though toxic compounds pervade the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the foods we eat, they only pose risks if they enter our bodies in biologically active quantities.
Blackberry and banana poka already pervade parts of Kauai damaged by Hurricane Iwa in 1982, Asquith says.