omneity

omneity

(ɒmˈniːɪtɪ)
n
the state or condition of being all
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We gave this last electoral effort a noble and humdinger pursuit with a bid to showcasing but not necessarily showboating one of the primus inter pares from the fecund land of IGODOMIGODO in the art of legislative advocacy, but we are robots in the hands of Omneity and have since felicitated with the winner and shared in his joy whilst thanking very profusely all those who supported our laudable efforts all over the world, particularly our teeming APC party members and the coruscating National Chairman of APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and our 'wake and see' Governor Godwin Obaseki.
It is no diminishment to say the fable in Fleutiaux's hands is "brought home": father swapped for mother, the urban for the personal, chilly omneity moderated by wry rue.
Towards the end of the story Miller describes the realization of the China-experience in its omneity but also in its simplicity and everydayness.
The accompanying omneity of welfarist policies, attitudes, and beliefs were to set Holland apart from most other Western countries, in particular from the United States.
Ramachandran translates as follows: "OMneity is He who is rare to be comprehended / And expressed in words by ail the worlds; / In His crest rest the crescent and the flood; / Limitless is His effulgence; / He dances in the Ambalam.