The sacks under his eyes turned hollow and black, and he padded through the shadows fruitlessly like a ubiquitous spook.
He winced at the many tortured nights she had spent in the hospital, drugged or in pain, with the ubiquitous, ineradicable odors of ether, fecal matter and disinfectant, of human flesh mortified and decaying amid the white uniforms, the rubbersoled shoes, and the eerie night lights glowing dimly until dawn in the corridors.
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We are all familiar with the company’s ubiquitous advertisements.
Foodborne parasites and pathogens made diarrhea almost ubiquitous.