from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Of all times, collectively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. At any or all times; every instant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- At all times.
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But whenever I see science fiction, I flash back to watching Star Trek with my dad, my teddy bear and/or Tina my doll, watching people getting to go everywhere and everywhen.
As well as recoiling from relativism and the numerous crises it has inflicted on us - which together amount to the breakdown of our society, We English seem to me to be doing what all people everywhere and everywhen do at such times of crisis - looking back to a golden age of peace, happiness and order.
No less a luminary than Isaac Newton said God is “everywhere and everywhen.”
That is pantheism, the marvelous idea that God is everywhere and everywhen.
Everywhere and everywhen, Bowman decided, spaceports and airports look much the same, but the fact that these people operated their ships inside city limits showed how far their technology was ahead of Earth's.
Too much of a cliche storyline, unconsciously reflecting the deeply seated White self-image as saviors of non-Whites everywhere and everywhen.
So God is interacting with the natural order everywhere and everywhen.
The null item would have to exist “nowhere and nowhen”, said Geach (1949: 522), or perhaps “everywhere and everywhen”, and that is hard to swallow.
And of course all the vast depth and breadth of infodatabase search that Google has mastered accessible everywhere and everywhen.
This means not only that is God everywhere at once (omnipresent), He is also “everywhen.”