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  • The Post feels that, omipresent as it may be, hate radio is not reaching enough gullible Americans.

    Matthew Yglesias » What Business is The Washington Post In?

  • And some dust- must not forget the omipresent dust, courtesy of the disgusting building site over the road.

    Tiki Update and Great New Meme!

  • And the number of volunteers exceeded those sought, as can be seen by omipresent waves of smiling youngsters wearing bright blue jackets.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • In the last six months, Aido had been over-active and omipresent: From the UN in New York and the World Health Organisation to decision makers in European capitals and abroad, Aido has been rallying to put gender equality on top of the agenda - every agenda.

    soFeminine.co.uk

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  • 'It was from this town and its gloomy, omnipresent shade that my mother escaped with me hen I was only a few months old." -- Twilight, Stephenie Meyer, pg.3

    October 1, 2010