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- adjective Always
present; always there; ubiquitous; omnipresent.
- noun UK, sports An athlete who is both healthy enough and capable enough to be present in every
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- adjective being always present
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It's interesting in that this combines the best aspect of live theater with the Internet -- that is, the ever-present possibility that someone will do something absolutely insane in a highly public forum while acting in an official capacity.
The 58 participants in the Tour de Pakistan compete under armed escort given the ever-present threat of terrorism.
"There's baggage, and there's Terminal 5." — Mistresses' Siobhan, warning her new love interest that he's wading into dangerous waters like the ever-present ex she's still pining for. ...
You then heap on top of this steaming fetid mess an aging space transportation system, with it's ever-present 'doomsday' scenario of another deadly accident, which looms and lurks like stage-4 cancer.
The writing is so trite that when the teens balk in an upcoming episode at the idea of a Family Night to which the ever-present ex-husbands are invited, we share their despair.
As Janice and I ambled along the crowded sidewalk, I touched the Blessed Mother pendant ever-present around my neck and thought some more about my mother.
Around them the birds and the ever-present alligators were nearly deafening.
Nicolas Brulliard for The Wall Street Journal The 58 participants in the Tour de Pakistan compete under armed escort, given the ever-present threat of terrorism.
There was an underlying roar beneath the ever-present calls of thousands of birds that were growing louder by the minute.
"For Villa, seven players were ever-present," writes Tony Davis.