Mr. Featherstone, you are ubiquitous.
Mr. Featherstone, you are ubiquitous.
Well, the ubiquitous Mr. Chandler.
They were instructed to remove the eyes of the individual... and place them in a hole in the middle of the back... and that would say to the Vietnamese, you have to understand... uh, that whoever did that was ubiquitous.
Rastelin doubted the very existence of Tulse Luper, and made a film called The ubiquitous Wolf which suggested that Tulse Luper was a figment of the Institute's imagination, invented so that the IRR could undertake a project which was no more than an academic film-editing exercise.
Awe the energetic Jones the ubiquitous reporter fixed up the case between them.
Tying in the ubiquitous lifeguard truck and the not so subtle conspiracy as among the cops and Frescia.
With the help of my ubiquitous, clandestine informants i have learned that the mayor has told the fire chief to catch me with chains on the doors.
Well, the mark, Brian, is the bar code, the ubiquitous bar code... that you'll find on every bog roll and every packet of johnnies... and every poxy pork pie.
Well, well, well. The ubiquitous Lieutenant Columbo.
If it isn't the ubiquitous queen of AM radio herself.
Two or three of those ubiquitous 20-something coffee hangouts.
Their ancestors were here long before we were, their progeny will be here long after we are gone... the simple and ubiquitous ant.
What you're looking at is the most ubiquitous fungal spore known to mankind:
Well, that may be, but I don't like the ubiquitous creep. I don't like the way he looks at you.
Special Forces, Delta... APCs, helicopters, tanks... and, of course, the ubiquitous M-16A-1 assault rifle.
You mean the ubiquitous brunette?
Mr Selden tells me that socially Mr Rosedale... is very ubiquitous now.
Beer flows like tap water. Parties are ubiquitous and eternal. And the whole thing's paid for by cheap, long-term government loans.
You are like ubiquitous.
What's the most ubiquitous man-made object in America that doesn't interact with any mechanism or machine?
It is television, which is responsible for spreading the ubiquitous moron "likely".
"After the now ubiquitous heart-shaped potato,
"After the now ubiquitous heart-shaped potato, Ma Josette has found for you the heart-shaped carrot. The whole thing was of course done without any special effects and can be used in The Gleaners and I, Part ll."
"ubiquitous gaze" or "pursuant eyes" is the technical term .
The Tramp was ubiquitous and inescapable. Everywhere you turned, there he was:
T-shirts, coupons, toys for children, giveaways in fast-food places, place mats, just all of the different ways in which food marketing is ubiquitous.
I think they're that ubiquitous in-in-in the Muslim world.
It proves that anvils were so ubiquitous at one point - is that the word, ubiquitous?
I detect that unique and ubiquitous combination of nicotine and patchouli oil that can only signal the arrival of the delightful and world-famous Amy Klein.
It appears to be ubiquitous.
Graphic sexuality has become ubiquitous in modern society.
The concept of a Great Flood is ubiquitous throughout the ancient world, with over 200 different cited claims in different periods and times. However, one need look no further for a pre-Christian source than the Epic of Gilgamesh, written in 2600 B.C.
Minute by minute, surcharge by surcharge... the ubiquitous convenience of modern life is bleeding you dry.
Most people who use Helvetica use it because it's ubiquitous.
I don't know. What is bad taste ubiquitous?
Now it's probably never going to go away because it's ubiquitous; it's a default. lt's air, you know, it's just there.
Danny, may we have some more of your ubiquitous fingerprints, please?
But he has to live, is almost ubiquitous.
Absolutely ubiquitous, at one point.
Albert argued that the concept of matter equaling energy, and vice versa, was far more ubiquitous than any of us could have imagined.
Around 300 species of reptile thrive within this hot house, including the ubiquitous mourning gecko.
The unfortunate, ubiquitous aunt Sheila.
The introduction of coal, the population starts to go like this, but around 1900, around the turn of the 20th century, what you see, as oil became ubiquitous, was that the population went like this. And it goes up to 6,5 billion people, we may be at 7 billion people by the time anyone sees this interview.
and to someone younger, because they're so ubiquitous, it might mean conformity.
Football is ubiquitous in Texas.
In 50 years, they go from impossible to practical, to ubiquitous.
"ubiquitous." that is correct.
'Cause whether you like it or not, the President is the most ubiquitous presence in our lives.
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