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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At its root, the pervasiveness doctrine relies on a stunted view of individual responsibility and property rights.
Because "it is not likely to be possible" to screen all of the remaining 62,000 chemicals, EDSTAC advised EPA to prioritize them for testing on the basis of their pervasiveness or their potential for high exposure in identifiable populations or ecosystems.
As spyware continues to evolve in severity and pervasiveness, Webroot will continue to stay abreast of threats plaguing Internet users by using the industry's most advanced technologies to provide best of breed anti-spyware protection.
At the very least, last week's shooting should remind us of the pervasiveness of gang violence and the need for reforms in several areas, including law enforcement and the courts.
The strength and pervasiveness of the 205-micron emission supports the notion that "warm" regions of gas and dust lie between the cold, collapsing cores of starbirth clouds and the clouds' outer layers of hot gas, Bennett says.
The results attest to the pervasiveness of the computer in our lives and the power of today's computing technology, whether it's used for business productivity, personal entertainment, communications, learning, or any number of other applications," said John Venator, president and chief executive officer, CompTIA.
To gauge the pervasiveness of dioxin contamination in the U.
TANDBERG solutions have been at the forefront of a technological leap in quality that - along with the pervasiveness of IP networks - have revitalized growth and adoption of video.
In an extreme example of such pessimism, a subject migh explain his lack of advancement in the military by saying, "I seem to be unwilling to face reality," and then noting the pervasiveness of this fault, which he believes has kept him from firmly pursuing a postwar career.
The ease of acquisition, pervasiveness and anonymity of open-loop, reloadable prepaid cards provide a big challenge in money-laundering and terrorist-financing fields.
Because of the pervasiveness of the Internet, users rely on computers to be 'always on,' whether sharing applications throughout the enterprise, providing self-help or selling online.