“Sadly, people use the word pervasively even if they don't realise it," Kirsten Seckler, spokeswoman for the Special Olympics added.”
“Sadly, people use the word pervasively even if they don't realize it," "People with intellectual disabilities have fought their whole lives for understanding and recognition.”
“For example, across the country criminal defendants are increasingly being placed in drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs that are operated by religious institutions and that are pervasively religious.”
“Alcoholics Anonymous, of course, does wonderful work, but ordering a person to participate or face jail raises serious constitutional problems because its treatment program and its message are pervasively religious.”
“Once there, he discovered that the program, run by a pastor of the Pentecostal faith, was pervasively religious.”
“The problem is this: When we're afraid in that way chronically, pervasively and pointlessly, we're needy.”
“One of the worst is that the “computer age” has generated a host of illusions that have, in general, had pervasively negative effects.”
“The African-American community has been pervasively victimized by predatory lenders who sell high-cost, high-interest financial products like subprime mortgages, rent-to-own schemes and tax-refund lending.”
“To my mind, The Pale King isn't really a novel about the Reagan-era tax cuts, as some have claimed, but rather about another more abstract yet pervasively significant political trend that came into its own during that era.”
“But the latest trend I spotted is as far away from crime as I can imagine -- and since it is so positively pervasively Christmas-y in its effect -- I think it earns a mention.”
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