multipresence

multipresence

(ˌmʌltɪˈprɛzəns)
n
(Theology) the quality or state of being multipresent
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The distribution factors for the bridge could then be calculated for single lane or two lanes loadings, depending on which multipresence factor was applied.
where DF = distribution factor; [M.FEM] = maximum FEM girder moment; MSS/FF = maximum girder moment of a simply supported or fixed-fixed girder; and MPF = multipresence factor (one lane = 1.2, two lanes = 1.0).
One might distinguish such relatively mobile Joycean "multipresence" from the relatively fixed "unipresence" of Austen's narrators and the literally universal "omnipresence" (since the only presence?) of the biblical narrator of the opening of Genesis.