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It is existential, precognitive and pervasive, as fully present in how we conceive of beauty as it is in the assumptions we make about that driver who just cut us off while swerving between lanes.
There is this pervasive idea in the United States, but also elsewhere, that people who make less money have more time.
While play-action surely isn’t the entire explanation for Allen’s improvement in accuracy, it points toward something more pervasive.
When she became CEO in 2011, she realized a combination of pervasive low interest rates and technological change was going to drive huge disruption for her company and her employees.
MEETING THE RESKILLING CHALLENGEALAN MURRAYOCTOBER 23, 2020FORTUNE
Cosmologists know that there’s an invisible something holding the universe together, a substance as pervasive as the pre-Einsteinian aether, and just as poorly understood.
That culture is so pervasive that a significant percentage of agency employees said that their bosses shared their political opinions too.
Whitmer, a Democrat, became a major target of pervasive anti-lockdown sentiment on the political right earlier this year when states imposed restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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