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Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent.

u·biq′ui·tous·ly adv.
u·biq′ui·tous·ness n.
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Noun1.ubiquitousness - the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
presence - the state of being present; current existence; "he tested for the presence of radon"
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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.
The ubiquitousness of the author and his product shows how much he has succeeded in creating a foothold in Black radical thought in the last 20 years.
A California interviewee cited the ubiquitousness of transit and its benefits as positive for metropolitan areas' economic vitality.
I was used to myself and other kids saying "my toy" and "my video game," but seeing the word's ubiquitousness among the adults was amusing.
Thanks to the ubiquitousness of cell phones, tablets, iPads and other devices with cameras, the documenting of these unfortunate incidents is easier, leading to more questions and accountability.
Such citations make clear the purpose and the physical features of the table-book and collectively testify to the ubiquitousness of tables in an age in which the fountain pen was almost entirely unknown.
As the oldest and primary expression of man, art enriches itself and the individual who engages with it, as much through ubiquitousness as through exclusivity.
But even with the near ubiquitousness of such policies, blacks haven't fared well, as noted above, especially poor blacks whom the aid is purportedly meant to help most.
Despite the ubiquitousness of the Internet, TV is still the top medium for consuming news for U.
The lack of a specific, indigenous theory and detailed vocabulary to refer to konggap, facilitating a consciously analytical phase (see page 68, Cognitive processes when hearing a konggap), is compensated by the ubiquitousness of and daily confrontation with konggap.
This example makes it clear that the ubiquitousness of quasi-polynomials shouldn't be too surprising: anywhere there are floor functions, quasi-polynomials are likely to appear.

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