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  • Leto had said it was a deliberate statement of power and wealth for this house to ignore such precautions, its doors and windows being sealed only against the omnipresent dust.
  • And the omnipresent sand patches dragged against their feet.
  • The faint smell of burning creosote bush came to his nostrils, riding on the omnipresent stink of the sietch.
  • And Paul knew his leadership suffered from the omnipresent knowledge of this difference between them.
  • Next, the nutrients: sand of Arrakis is mostly a product of worm digestion; dust (the truly omnipresent problem there) is produced by the constant surface creep, the "saltation" movement of sand.

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  • She believes God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent.
  • She believes God is omnipresent.

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