She hated the cheap furniture of the little parlour, the penetrating contralto of the cook singing hymns in the kitchen, and the ubiquitousness
of her small brother.
of smartphones and smart devices have ensured the development of mobile applications.
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of coffee rituals across the world has resulted in a rise in the coffee production as well as consumption, triggering the adoption of pod coffee machines in households.
It would annul the showcasing of similitude as in the ubiquitousness
of perfidy and instead build up false polarities of right and wrong, of virtuous protagonist and evil antagonist, of good Christian and bad Jew or Turk, that Marlowe takes such pains to avoid in his depiction of Malta.
of information and the fact that it is accessible on the fingertips makes the adage 'practice what you preach' an imperative.
With 1.2 billion active Google accounts (DMR Stats and Gadgets, 2017), Google's ubiquitousness
makes it likely that many instructors and learners have had some exposure to Google products.
In recent decades, we've witnessed a continuous wave of change brought about by the IT revolution from the advent of the PC to the ubiquitousness
of the Internet, mobile devices and social media.
In the context of the ever-expanding use of digital media technologies, concomitant with the profligacy of big data, inordinate power of megacorporations, and ubiquitousness
of public surveillance, the question of how citizens can independently formulate and freely express their political opinion becomes critical.
of sexual harassment in the U.S.
But like all mortals and their environments, Titi Oke-Ado has mellowed down to commerce and no longer is its power, prominence, strength and ubiquitousness
. Titi Oke-Ado was once luscious, bubbling and green like a lady just coming out of puberty.
Given the ubiquitousness
of family considerations in the genre, that particular thematic component might well tip the scales.