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all-pervading

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all-pervasive

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spreading through or into everything
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all-pervading

[ˌɔːlpəˈveɪdɪŋ] all-pervasive [ˌɔːlpəˈveɪsɪv] ADJomnipresente
References in classic literature ?
Then the steps retreated, and the voices died away in the distance; the noise of the door, with its creaking hinges and bolts ceased, and a silence more sombre than that of solitude ensued, -- the silence of death, which was all-pervasive, and struck its icy chill to the very soul of Dantes.
The Bill desperately requires mechanisms to check its parameters ie unauthorised access, data protection, transmission or interference with critical infrastructure, however the government has not yet designated any infrastructure, information system or asset/facility that can monitor this all-pervasive regulation.
With his master strokes, Sengupta offers an all-pervasive analysis of the microcosm, his seemingly nonchalant style being the most powerful weapon to demolish our long-cherished views about human life: the claustrophobic existence in the City of Joy as depicted in "The Bengali Phenomenon"; the suffering of Christ in the time of crucifixion as written in "Expressions"; and the appalling lightlessness when shadows grow longer as portrayed in "Illumination.
Not enough is being done to counteract the environmental threat of global warming, with that from pollution from the all-pervasive car emissions and the increasing health threats caused by pollution.
We walked in and were enfolded by its all-pervasive smell of sweet fruity sugar, newsprint and clove; Terry himself favoured clove mints, just like my grandfather who demolished them by the half pound since he'd given up smoking.
While the cloud forum will delve into utilisation of cloud computing for effective, all-pervasive digital transformation, the broadband summit will look into growth opportunities for telcos in the video sphere that are brought on by the implementation of ultra-broadband networks.
This balancing act, ever precarious, gave way by the late 1930s to what David-Fox dubs the "Stalinist superiority complex," an all-pervasive ideological gloss that elevated Soviet achievements to positions of unquestioned global primacy (285).
Meanwhile, an all India team of Delhi-based human rights body People's Union for Civil Liberties at the end of a week-long visit to the Kashmir valley said that demand for Azadi is an all-pervasive voice across villages and cities, professionals and the ordinary, young and old and men and women in the territory.
It concerns the whole world as its ill-effects are all-pervasive.
The statement continued: "Besides stabilizing security, protecting civilians and creating an enabling environment for implementation of ARCISS, we are convinced that this initiative, if effected, will create an environment conducive for healthy political dialogue that has been missing; it will remove the all-pervasive element of fear prevailing now, thereby lead to restoration of freedom of speech and association; these in turn will enhance the transition to democracy and good governance that we all yearn for.
This book examines a number of specific language-related aspects in Mar<AEi>asAE prose which affect, and arguably define, the all-pervasive uncertainty of his plots in order to explore its origin and meaning.
A culture of boasting is often all-pervasive in the world of work: how nice to hear from someone who admits the many things he's done wrong.