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Omnipresence

See also Ubiquity.
Allah
supreme being and pervasive spirit of the universe. [Islam: Leach, 36]
Big Brother
all-seeing leader watches every move. [Br. Lit.: 1984]
eye
God sees all things in all places. [Christian Symbolism: O.T.: Proverbs 15:3]
God
transcendant over and immanent in the world. [Christianity and Judaism: NCE, 1098–1099]
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This staggering assertion that secular institutions can throw deities out by court order has always baffled me when coming from people who see God as omnipresent and all powerful.
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If Beckett's outlook was once memorably described by Georges Perec's biographer, David Bellos, as "ambient pessimism," here is pessimism writ so large, made so omnipresent, that one begins to mutate to accommodate its inescapable presence--as if one were suddenly able to breathe underwater.
President Bush is making it very difficult for conservatives such as myself to articulate to people the difference between the need of an independent republic (what America used to be) for a strong, ready defense and the need of a global empire (what America is becoming) for an omnipotent, omnipresent global police force.
is now so explicit, palpable, and omnipresent that it is ridiculous to pretend otherwise.
The path to glory was occasionally rocky--the team gambled its entire resources traveling to Los Angeles for its United States debut in 1987--but the company's fresh approach to the familiar won the attention of the Disney Company, and the blue and yellow striped tents soon became an omnipresent attraction on the American entertainment scene.
The data, and the new Top 50 list, are helping quantify an industry that is omnipresent, but prior to our work was remarkably unmeasured.
Perhaps the time period in which it's set, at the start of the '60s, allows moral issues to be set in sharper relief, as authors are freed of the need to include contemporary drugs, cynicism and the omnipresent vulgarity in language and culture.