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Word: omnipresent

Definition: universally present; ubiquitous

Sentences Containing 'omnipresent'

In "Autobiography" Cardus says he found his Kingdom of Heaven in the arts, "the only religion that is real and, once found, omnipresent"—though his rationalism was shaken, he confesses, when he came to understand the late string quartets of Beethoven.
In Reformed doctrine, the divine nature and the human nature are united strictly in the person of Christ. According to his humanity, Jesus Christ remains in heaven as the bodily high priest, even while in his divine nature he is omnipresent.
It can be heard even in the smallest villages on the remotest islands, blasting from the omnipresent "tepi"s or combination radio/tape cassette players (usually battery powered).
Kravchenko made a comeback as Maria Lvovna Karagina, the omnipresent socialite in "Voyna i mir" (1967) by director Sergei Bondarchuk.
logo in the center circle for their FIBA Suproleague game, the clenched fist was omnipresent.
Rather carried down alive to wondrous depths, where strange shapes of the unwarped primal world glided to and fro before his passive eyes; and the miser-merman, Wisdom, revealed his hoarded heaps; and among the joyous, heartless, ever-juvenile eternities, Pip saw the multitudinous, God-omnipresent, coral insects, that out of the firmament of waters heaved the colossal orbs.
Some station themselves on this side of the pond, some on that, for the poor bird can not be omnipresent; if he dive here he must come up there.
The guerrillas primarily operated in the Sunni Triangle, north and west of Baghdad, where before the war, the Ba'ath Party was an omnipresent part of society and support for Saddam Hussein was strongest. During the early stages of the insurgency, at the beginning of the summer of 2003, Coalition intelligence believed al-Awda to be the greatest armed threat to the multinational coalition.
These poor conditions were also apparent in the kitchens with omnipresent cockroaches and flies.
Tobias Churton, Professor of Western Esotericism at the University of Exeter, states that, "The Hermetic tradition was both moderate and flexible, offering a tolerant philosophical religion, a religion of the (omnipresent) mind, a purified perception of God, the cosmos, and the self, and much positive encouragement for the spiritual seeker, all of which the student could take anywhere."

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