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Sentence count:19Posted:2016-11-13Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: ubiquitousiniquityantiquityequityliquidquitequite a fewacquittalMeaning: [juː'bɪkwətɪ]  n. the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once). 
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1. By virtue of their ubiquity, popular prints were instrumental in helping to shape the perceptions of the vast majority.
2. Hence the ubiquity of testing, and evaluation schemes which involve the assessment of teacher or student performances.
3. Authorized legislation in revenue is ubiquity in other country.
4. Yet, despite their ubiquity, are delicate pieces of equipment.
5. Although Android may be destined for ubiquity in China, it's clear that it won't be Google calling the shots.
6. It has provided one kind of ubiquity computing and interactive mode.
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7. The ubiquity of computer viruses shows what can happen when technology gets distributed.
8. The abnormal pressure reservoir is ubiquity and the genetic of it is diverse.
9. The metal ions are ubiquity in organisms and play key roles in them.
10. The diversity of contract language results in the ubiquity of contract interpretation.
11. But such ubiquity will also amplify any adverse side - effects.
12. However, the ubiquity of the Backspace key shows that incremental Undo is a learned behavior that users find to be helpful.
13. One MSN user told reporters the symbol's ubiquity underlined the Chinese people's love for their country.
14. Yet despite their ubiquity remarkably few non ? engineers have heard the word " embedded " used in this context.
15. Ubiquity might not be toxic to authenticity, but it certainly dilutes it.
16. Where there's ubiquity and substitutability as in news, can you charge?
17. The reasons of penetrating stone are solvency, large proportion of ubiquity and duration.
18. The shift to digital technologies from start to finish is evident in the image quality (digital sometimes looks less visually dense than film) and the ubiquity of hand-held (lightweight) cameras.
19. WSNs bring new challenges , including its heterogeneity, mobility, ubiquity, etc.
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