Omnipresence


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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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"Actually at home in the political studies and International Relations (IR) discourse, I was intrigued by the seeming omnipresence of the adjective global and its colorful and somewhat paradoxical gestalt.
OmniPresence allows nurse practitioners or hospital doctors to monitor post-surgical patients in the convenience of their own homes, to check on their recovery, medications, and rehabilitation process.
This history of paper follows the steady and even relentless growth of this invention from its origins in China to its modern omnipresence. To scratch the surface of the multitude of subtopics here, Part One, "The Diffusion of Paper In Europe," takes time with, among other things, 1,001 Arabian Nights, the correspondence of Tamerlane, the European paper mill boom beginning in the 13th and 14th centuries, the different forms paper was taking, and the occupations making use of it.
Especially valuable is the author's consistent focus on the importance of "second-hand dealers" --the corporate networks, think tanks, and welter of interlocking media properties that assist in changing the "climate of ideas" around an issue (recall the sudden, if ephemeral, omnipresence of "ethical oil" and "environmental radicals" in public and news media discourse).
But while creepy Katie's increasing obscurity is thoroughly well deserved, Pete's omnipresence on the box isn't.
During his tenure as faculty senate chair, he communicated with his colleagues by publishing regular installments of "Thoughts of Chairman Maier." His office featured a stuffed vulture on a wooden perch from which hung a sign that read "brooding omnipresence"--an ironic reference to a famous 1917 Supreme Court dissent by Oliver Wendell Holmes to the majority opinion in Southern Pacific v.
Sky Sports Football Yearbook - Headline Publishing PUBLISHED in paperback on August 14, the latest Sky Sports Football Yearbook should, theoretically, be consigned to the dusty, inaccessible shelves of a museum, another victim of the internet's galling omnipresence.
Their omnipresence is now being challenged by our legislators who see in them something other than helpful crutches for those addicted to cigarettes.
Unlike your ordinary dutiful prophet, however, Jonah refuses to serve God and tries to escape his destiny by sailing awaya move that suggests a flawed understanding of God's omnipresence.
On cold crisp mornings I am reminded of God's omnipresence. With every breath comes a little cloud that lingers just long enough to catch my attention.
A key element of the current series is the omnipresence of mirror fragments.