• WordNet 3.6
    • n omnipresence the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Omnipresence Presence in every place at the same time; unbounded or universal presence; ubiquity. "His omnipresence fills
      Land, sea, and air, and every kind that lives."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n omnipresence The quality of being omnipresent; presence in all places simultaneously; unbounded or universal presence. In theology, the doctrine of God's omnipresence is the doctrine that the Deity is essentially present everywhere and in all things, as opposed on the one hand to the pantheism which identifies him with all things, and on the other to the notion which limits him to localities.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Omnipresence quality of being present everywhere at the same time—an attribute of God
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  • Camille Paglia
    “Despite crime's omnipresence, things work in society, because biology compels it. Order eventually restores itself, by psychic equilibrium.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. omniprésence,


In literature:

Life is, indeed, universal, and may be said to be omnipresent.
"Christ, Christianity and the Bible" by I. M. Haldeman
Freethought, I hold, is an omnipresent active force in the English literature of to-day.
"Arrows of Freethought" by George W. Foote
The Christ to whom our thoughts usually turn is an omnipresent ideal with no historical or local associations.
"Monophysitism Past and Present" by A. A. Luce
To begin with, then, there is a First Cause, omnipotent and omnipresent, and of very necessity perfect.
"Carmen Ariza" by Charles Francis Stocking
At any rate it is of no use to run from germs, for they are omnipresent.
"Confessions of a Neurasthenic" by William Taylor Marrs
Hellas still lives, still forms an element, vitalizing and omnipresent, in the life of States and in human destiny.
"The Origins and Destiny of Imperial Britain" by J. A. Cramb
The omnipotent, omnipresent saviour who can and will deliver us from them is already in the world.
"Communism and Christianism" by William Montgomery Brown
Being outside space (though inside time) he can be omnipresent (p. 61).
"God and Mr. Wells" by William Archer
He seemed to her to be a sort of omnipresent nuisance.
"Coquette" by Frank Swinnerton
Corruption, the omnipresence of, 263-264.
"Violence and the Labor Movement" by Robert Hunter
After his fall, he becomes, by their account, omnipresent.
"The Writings Of Thomas Paine, Complete" by Thomas Paine
An omnipresent humanity co-ordinates all his faculties.
"English Critical Essays" by Various
So he started to poke around, hoping to run across some island that was more than a mere patch of the omnipresent mangrove tangle.
"Eagles of the Sky" by Ambrose Newcomb
Zephyr was omnipresent, but never obtrusive.
"Blue Goose" by Frank Lewis Nason
It was omnipresent, and yet there was none for him.
"The Truth About Tristrem Varick" by Edgar Saltus
Many make a god of him, endow him with attributes of deity, regarding him as both omnipresent and omniscient.
"The Warfare of the Soul" by Shirley C. Hughson
But the host of the Inn of Rosas was omnipresent, loquacious, insistent, not to be abashed or shaken off.
"The White Plumes of Navarre" by Samuel Rutherford Crockett
And where this offering was made, the Omnipresent would meet with them.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus" by G. A. Chadwick
They are found on all organic matter, and are therefore omnipresent.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3" by Various
Moreover (we would ask), is the universal omnipresent or present everywhere in its subjicible subjects?
"The Sarva-Darsana-Samgraha" by Madhava Acharya

In poetry:

Supreme and omnipresent God,
Guide him in wisdom's way!
Give peaceful triumph to the truth,
Bid error melt away!
"To My Absent Brother" by Mary Baker Eddy
He who is at once the high and low,
The sinner and the saint,
Both God and worm,
Him worship — visible, knowable, real, omnipresent,
Break all other idols!
"The Living God" by Swami Vivekananda
For ere I came, and, as I paused again,
To hear His omnipresent words, He said,
'Take thou the root, but let the bud remain,
To perfect into blossom in its stead.'
"The Mother And The Angel" by Alexander Anderson
Know the minutest grain of sand,
The smallest drop of sparkling dew,
Bear impress of the Almighty hand
As much as suns and systems do;
For all proclaim and all record
The all-potent, omnipresent Lord.
"God Everywhere" by John Bowring

In news:

There was nothing inherently wrong with the once-novel fruit, but at one point in the 1980's it became so omnipresent it invited ridicule.
In an age of omnipresent, irresponsible media, consumer-focused industries have to be proactive.
HAMPTON — The visitors are used to running water, omnipresent Internet service and centralized air.
Omnipresence 3D Security Platform provides users with a new modular architecture.
Feeling Software to launch new version of Omnipresence 3D at ASIS.
Company to demo its Omnipresence 3D Surveillance System solution at tradeshow.
The Painful Beauty of Omnipresent Wisconsin Campaign Ads.
O'Malley, McDonnell omnipresent before, after Irene.
Despite its omnipresence, the positivist genie can be put back in the bottle.
The flashing banner ads, questionable color schemes and omnipresent "Under Construction" signs of GeoCities are no more.
Their anonymity is a measure of their omnipresence throughout this book.
We think of gravity as weighty—its omnipresent grasp pulling us down to the ground.
Scrubs — those shapeless, utilitarian two-piece uniforms that are now omnipresent — were originally designed and intended for wear exclusively in the operating room.
To the vast majority of Americans, french fries are so omnipresent -- consumed so frequently -- they could be perceived as a necessity.
OMNIPRESENT Mayor Michael R Bloomberg introduced a citywide security system earlier this month.

In science:

Actually these functions gσ are hardly more than an additional notation, but they will be omnipresent from this point up to the end of the work.
Collision probability for random trajectories in two dimensions
In our modern society telephony has developed to an omnipresent service.
SPAM over Internet Telephony and how to deal with it
This is a fortunate situation because the current J ≡ (0, 1) is omnipresent, since it appears for all values of the level k .
Fixed Point Resolution in Extensions of Permutation Orbifolds
Another very important motivation for working within these structures is their omnipresence in finite-dimensional models and applications (see e.g. and the last section).
Definable zero-sum stochastic games
On the other hand, it might be desired that the operating system offer a rich functionality for security, fault-tolerance and communication facilities – which of course contrasts with the need for performance that is omnipresent.
Cluster Computing White Paper
The state or capacity of being everywhere, especially at the same time; omnipresent.
Hyman Bass and Ubiquity: Gorenstein Rings
VP–system) being omnipresent structures in many driven, collisionless plasmas.
Quantum corrected electron holes
On top of that, neutrinos do not suffer from absorption by the omnipresent infrared or radio background when propagating through space.
Astrophysical Neutrino Telescopes
The ever important effects of disorder, omnipresent in these materials, is reviewed in Ref.
Magneto-transport and magneto-optical properties of ferromagnetic (III,Mn)V semicondcutors: a review
We believe the isospectral deformations will prove useful in the q -geometry and will be omnipresent on other q -deformed spaces.
Geometry of Quantum Spheres
Since the UIR bands are omnipresent, they serve as important probes of the different emission zones.
High excitation ISM and gas
One of the themes that seems to be omnipresent in the discussion is the concept of special geometry and of special K¨ahler manifolds. A detailed definition of special K¨ahler manifolds is given and their properties are worked out.
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
Category theory has been conceived as a tool to formalize basic structures (functors, natural transformations) that are omnipresent in algebraic topology.
Non-Commutative Geometry, Categories and Quantum Physics
This will allow to check the validity of the Monte Carlo generators, both at the highest energy scales and at small momentum transfers, such as in models for the omnipresent underlying event.
The NLO multileg working group: summary report
Skowro´nski, On omnipresent tubular families of modules.
Spectral analysis of finite dimensional algebras and singularities