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Allegations of counterfeit tickets left some patrons standing outside, and ubiquitous scalpers smiling.
Just one average dish of the ubiquitous stir fry packs a whopping 1,321 kilojoules, with 23 teaspoons of oil and 115 grams of fat.
As with all new technologies, costs are expected to fall as the products become more ubiquitous.
I don't think the average man on the street has any idea how ubiquitous GPS has become.
Improvements in connectivity through telematics or the ubiquitous cell phone enable us to survive.
The ubiquitous Tully Marshall plays the grizzled sidekick role, showing much more range as an actor in talkies than he had in silents.
Make sure you've got some forward-thinking farmers on it, not the ubiquitous industry backwoodsmen.
The Treasury Secretary became ubiquitous at Federal Hall, proselytizing congressmen for assumption and packing the gallery with supporters.
It's impossible not to be influenced by Leone because his work is ubiquitous.
Visitors are battered by a cacophony of cries by hawkers trying to flog a variety of the ubiquitous plastic trinkets and squeaking toys.
Dioxin, a byproduct of chemical processes including combustion, is virtually ubiquitous in the environment.
A certain degree of plasticity in physiological traits is ubiquitous among plants.
To be served the meals on clean glazed crockery instead of the ubiquitous melamine is even more amazing.
We took a short break and snacked on that most ubiquitous of bushwalker delicacies, the dried fruit and nuts mix called scroggin.
The ubiquitous pyramid is poorly used, cramping the main action in an unlit area upstage.
He's just like the ubiquitous tyre kicker who is looking for a car but with a complete lack of enthusiasm.
The swim coach carried one of those ubiquitous blue-bottomed first-aid kits.
The ubiquitous twopenny-halfpenny clerk was everywhere, ever present and ever reliable.
The ubiquitous bleats about international law always seem to restrain one party whilst leaving the other unscolded.
A sudden flush of self-consciousness twitches at the ubiquitous teenage angst and she tugs at the frayed hem of her puffball skirt.
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