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It's everywhere! It's everywhere! When something seems like it's present in all places at the same time, reach for the adjective ubiquitous.
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When we say nothing, we mean "aught," "zero," "a big goose egg," "nada," "nil," "zilch," or "zippo," in other words, "of little or no quantity."
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