One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘And such a label, most of the time politically motivated, tends to be one that sticks permanently and is pervasively influential and powerfully contaminating.’
- ‘However, it's been used so pervasively by public figures and media pundits that I'm not sure anyone has a clear claim to this anymore.’
- ‘Universities are deploying Linux - pervasively and aggressively.’
- ‘The ‘customer,’ therefore, becomes a weighted set of characteristics that pervasively drive the company in all its internal matters.’
- ‘Again, the problem lies not so much in the iniquity of believers, but more pervasively in the logical structure of the religions themselves.’
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