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Example sentences for ubiquitous

Citrus is so ubiquitous in the market these days, the peak seasons of the various fruits tend to be forgotten.
Corruption is ubiquitous, and the government has been accused of authoritarianism.
Personal computers have become ubiquitous in rich countries.
Servility towards power is a ubiquitous phenomenon.
Dogs will sweep the station, and police will be ubiquitous.
Caught between ubiquitous marketing and conflicting science, many consumers can't tell what to believe.
It's no wonder green topics are ubiquitous in publishing.

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