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However, as quality content has become more ubiquitous, a technical advantage may be a deciding factor in the rankings with this update.
Corn is ubiquitous, used to make tortillas, tamales, and cookies.
In the few short decades since their invention in the early 1900s, headphones have gone from being military-grade listening devices to ubiquitous parts of any music lover’s daily ritual.
Ten years ago, before streaming music and video were ubiquitous, people needed to download much of their online entertainment.
Kodak was king in the ’90s, with ubiquitous disposable cameras and rolls of film.
The DAA launched an addition version of its ubiquitous blue Ad Choices icon for political advertisers.
Many of these early events were organized on Facebook, but anti-Whitmer sentiment quickly became ubiquitous on the right across social networks and traditional media.
A ubiquitous raw material—used in half of the world’s packaged goods—that is driving deforestation and putting at risk the human rights of many.
It’s so ubiquitous that your local grocery store now stocks it, and so trendy that complete diet plans are being built around it.
Buy nowBatteries to charge your phone are ubiquitous and cheap these days, but an external battery that’s built to charge your laptop is a different story.

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