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1. The influence of Freud is pervasive in her books.
2. A sense of social change is pervasive in her novels.
3. Put briefly, there developed an idea of the pervasive religious and moral responsibility of the ruler.
4. An even more pervasive problem is that of consistency of performance across time.
5. At times the general dampness became so pervasive that you failed to notice.
6. Alcohol is still a pervasive problem with high - school students.
7. But the most pervasive and important mechanism is based on chemical substances called pheromones.
8. Despite all this, a pervasive lack of confidence has settled over the two institutions.
9. But none are so pervasive, nor so completely satisfactory(sentencedict.com), that they rule out the need for other lines of explanation.
10. The temporal properties of the environment are more pervasive and more subtle than any series of reminders.
11. There is sun, heavy silence, a pervasive scent of parched vegetation, a lizard materialized on a rock.
12. Such negative stereotypes are often reinforced by pervasive media images which portray the young as capable and glamorous.
13. Mr Izmailov cited pervasive pollution, bad weather, rampant poaching and over-fishing as the reasons for the declining catch.
14. Bias is so pervasive that hardly a sentence in normal speech lacks it, and many utterances contain little else.
15. There is a very pervasive belief that it is research in theoretical and applied linguistics which provides the solutions.
16. It formed part of a pervasive tendency towards administrative specialization discernible throughout the Savoyard government in the seventeenth century.
17. In fact,[sentencedict.com] international law is both more pervasive and more effectual than we generally realise.
18. Town halls should make an all out effort for interest and warmth to counteract the pervasive greyness outside.
19. The opportunities for classification afforded by the National Curriculum are more pervasive and more deeply institutionalised than any previous system.
20. We can only speculate on whether this is another example of the pervasive influence of psychoanalytic thinking in our culture.
21. Probably the most obvious suspect behind our tendency to drop out of community affairs is pervasive busy-ness.
22. This disclaimer appears to address the cultural reality of pervasive sexism and to declare psychiatry sensitive to it.
23. The distinction between night and day is one of the most pervasive rhythms that we experience.
24. Others saw the new media as too powerful and pervasive to be left entirely uncontrolled and unregulated by government.
25. The cultural forms of late capitalism have thus become entirely pervasive and able to subsume any attempt at opposition.
26. By focusing on discrete activities liability rules are capable of creating a potentially more pervasive field of deterrence.
27. This was partly due to the unattractiveness of education classes and partly to the pervasive influence of the public-school obsession with games.
28. The influence of pressure groups and special interests will become pervasive.
29. Though enunciation is given to such feelings on occasion, it is by no means pervasive.
30. The quietness sealed inside her room emanated as an invisible but pervasive hush.
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