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use "pervasive" in a sentence

Violence and corruption are pervasive.

It is becoming clear that natural rearrangements of DNA and horizontal gene transfer play a pervasive role in natural evolution.

The corresponding characteristic in humans has been found to correlate highly with optimism ;
Although they resolve to work for the benefit of others and they pervade the universe with feelings of friendliness toward all sentient beings, these bodhisattvas have transcended any tendency to imagine that there are truly existent beings.

This quieter part leads directly into the so-called invasion theme, an 22-bar ostinato that will pervade much of the movement.

In a proper ‘ote‘a the story of the theme should pervade the whole dance.

The core of the Vampire motif is the encounter with the other, that elusive - if not illusive - figure who has come to pervade the pages of literary-criticism, anthropology and psychoanalysis.

Peter Risdale hoped that this would "build bridges", saying, "I've always believed sporting links should pervade political problems." Ideas of localism pervade current Uk Government policy.

A miasma of fever-heat will pervade my tissues, driving me to my knees and leaving me wide open for those things.

We are also dealing with changes that pervade our entire economic, social, cultural and political systems.

Adnan stayed in Raqqa for almost a year, watching the extremists pervade nearly every aspect of life.

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