Subsuming all of the above and worst of all is the cynicism pervading
our atheistic ruling classes and our institutions.
If God is incorporeal, Newton determined that God must be everywhere, pervading
On this topic Williams provide valuable examples taken from the literature of the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, revealing the complex attitudes and feelings toward race pervading
Caribbean cultures and societies.
Today's uninitiated might think a "parody Magnificat" a burlesque, but they could also think an "imitation Magnificat" a counterfeit, or one in pervading
fugal imitation (following sixteenth-century usage, Crook calls that procedure "fugue," evoking yet another source of confusion).
Though the same lack of short-term repercussions likely holds true for the commercial mortgage-backed securities sector, there are some isolated issues pervading
CMBS that may be made worse by a rise in interest rates.
The cosmos killer in this scenario is dark energy, an invisible substance suspected of pervading
the universe and exerting a force opposite to gravity's usual pull.
It's difficult to get swept up in the watery drama, the wan humor or the vast middle ground of ennui pervading
The Pope, a great defender of human dignity, has continually referred to the "Culture of Death" pervading
Structure is feathered at the edges by cantilevers which reinforce the pervading
impression of weightlessness.
In retrospect these more personal works turn out to have been the more forward-looking, anticipating something of the blatant psychological quality pervading
the representational painting that emerged in the early '90s in the canvases of, say, Maureen Gallace and Lisa Yuskavage.
While a sense of action-a feeling that now is, in fact, the time to buy-seems to be pervading
the market, buyers remain highly discriminating in their purchases.
Self-Service technologies are pervading
all aspects of our lives in North America today," said Greg Buzek, president of IHL Consulting Group.
To Tan and others in a field known as ubiquitous computing, or ubicomp, the data-gathering chair could become one of countless input devices eventually pervading
people's environments (SN: 11/20/99, p.
Steel is combined with slabs of rough sawn hardwood cladding, veneered plywood ceilings (for acoustic absorption) and concrete floors, emphasizing the pervading
sense of rusticity and unassuming toughness.
This is not a safe site for a school,'' Polanco concluded, after he ran down a long list of problems posed by the potentially explosive methane gas pervading