How To Use Everywhere In A Sentence

  • Their dried dung is found everywhere, and is in many places the only fuel afforded by the plains; their skulls, which last longer than any other part of the animal, are among the most familiar of objects to the plainsman; their bones are in many districts so plentiful that it has become a regular industry, followed by hundreds of men (christened "bone hunters" by the frontiersmen), to go out with wagons and collect them in great numbers for the sake of the phosphates they yield; and Bad Lands, plateaus, and prairies alike, are cut up in all directions by the deep ruts which were formerly buffalo trails. VIII. The Lordly Buffalo
  • Enforcers in full-face helmets were everywhere, striding through the crowd with arrogance born of unchallenged supremacy.
  • Cover images were pin-ups for the people, available on newsstands everywhere.
  • This isn't an attempt to universalize, for there is rich, specific detail everywhere: food, foliage, the course of the conflict. The Times Literary Supplement
  • There were bodies everywhere, with dust slowly settling to the floor.
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  • It is patent that dusk found them weary and worn, plodding and wading silently "homewards," shovel on shoulder, across four or five kilos of desolate mud; falling and tripping over stagnant bodies, masses of tangled wire, bricks and jagged wood-work everywhere impeding progress. Norman Ten Hundred A Record of the 1st (Service) Bn. Royal Guernsey Light Infantry
  • When you see this poor guy being followed everywhere he goes by hordes of people, it's actually terribly sad.
  • In the strict sense overfine speeches are yet almost everywhere. Robert Louis Stevenson: a record, an estimate, and a memorial
  • You may be trying to invoke the ‘echos from the supernal world’ but they're everywhere and where-ever people say they're doing magic there's a bit of truth there.
  • Encaenia was kept everywhere throughout the whole land. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • Brown, OTOH, is attractive and charming, with a compelling tie to the military – MASS National Guard Units (like everywhere) have been heavly involved in the wars over the last 8 years, and stories about them abound on local news. Matthew Yglesias » The Limits of Scott Brown
  • Lee's debut on the Xbox does not resemble a dragon, but prefers to plod along like a sloth, short on all the crucial fronts, lazily bumbling along everywhere else.
  • Evidence of the region's turbulent history is everywhere.
  • Your logic is a shock to rational minds everywhere. Think Progress » DOJ official reportedly clears torture architects John Yoo and Jay Bybee.
  • Everywhere one feels the influence of the Mediterranean and particularly on the specific xerophilous flora and fauna of the region.
  • It took a moment to acclimatize to the sudden light and to the brightness of violent colour; there was blood everywhere. CHAMELEON
  • He has looked for it everywhere but in his own room.
  • From the river cruise the docklands look like docklands everywhere; tourists finally at rest, not quite bored, get brief glimpses into other lives, other spaces.
  • The dead and the dying were everywhere.
  • I am for _meddling with slavery everywhere_ -- _attacking it by night and by day, in season and out of season_ (no, it can never be out of season) -- in order to _effect its overthrow_. History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880. Vol. 2 (of 2) Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens
  • People are going to know who I am because I'm on telly and in magazines and have my big mush plastered about everywhere.
  • Big sheets of paper cover the patio, and kid-safe paint, rollers, brushes, and stamps are everywhere.
  • We see these victims everywhere shorn of power -- weak, nerveless, backboneless, staminaless, gritless people, without forcefulness, mere nonentities because they have ceased working. Pushing to the Front
  • Everywhere I turned there were immense trees towering above me, rainbows of exotically coloured blooms, and thick dark carpets of creeping moss.
  • a rapid sort of first "intellection," an error that made all departments of education so trivial, assumptive and dogmatic for centuries before Comenius, Basedow and Pestalozzi, has been banished everywhere save from moral and religious training, where it still persists in full force. Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene
  • Clearly, emerging infections can affect people everywhere, regardless of lifestyle, cultural or ethnic background, or socioeconomic status.
  • The surface of the land is scattered with fragments of white silex and fine red jasper, banded with black oligistic iron: this rock, close, hard, and fine enough to bear cutting, appears everywhere in scatters and amongst the conglomerates. The Land of Midian
  • Writing in 1888, historian Henry Howe said that when MacGahan returned to Bulgaria in 1877, he was everywhere hailed as a liberator and deliverer.
  • I've hunted everywhere but I can't find it.
  • Do not spit everywhere, should phlegmy spit inside cuspidor, undertake alexipharmic next.
  • Just as I imagined it, with cows everywhere and lots of farms, silos, grain elevators, lakes - the whole nine yards.
  • Now seeing in the last section, those we call mathematics are absolved of the crime of breeding controversy; and they that pretend not to learning cannot be accused; the fault lieth altogether in the dogmatics, that is to say, those that are imperfectly learned, and with passion press to have their opinions pass everywhere for truth, without any evident demonstration either from experience, or from places of Scripture of uncontroverted interpretation. The Elements of Law Natural and Politic
  • One overriding principle governs farmers' markets everywhere: the producer sells direct to the consumer.
  • Its stirring words aroused free men everywhere to defend the government.
  • His dramatic solos and stage hops also fired up the fans during "A Favor House Atlantic" and "In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3" -- both 2003 opuses that often sounded like Rush homages, with drummer Chris Pennie on the beat and everywhere else, and lyrics that only a CIA cryptanalyst or college-age C&C fan could decipher. Prog rockers Coheed and Cambria take on 9:30 club in Washington
  • God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.
  • At another time it might have been a pretty journey, the hills just turning the colors of pumpkin and hay and pomegranate and the skies depthless and clear, but now everywhere one looked most of the trees had been felled for fuel and there was only a hazy, oppressive brightness refracted from the shorn hillsides. Excerpt: The Surrendered by Chang-rae Lee
  • There are flowers everywhere: on a pair of sandals, on a box of tissues, in vivid bloom on the top of a lavatory.
  • Where to Stay guides are available from good bookshops everywhere.
  • It's happening everywhere, coincidently, at a time when our ruling lords and masters have borrowed themselves broke. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gang tags and general graffiti had been scrawled everywhere a vandal with a spray can could reach.
  • Years ago we were more provincial even than now as, for instance, a certain Englishman, who wrote, while living in a small French town in 1813 these barbarians make fun of me everywhere just because I am properly dressed and speak the language of a human being. The Yankee Myth
  • There were Art Deco lamps everywhere, and mirrors, and brass fittings, and fresh flowers. TICKLED PINK
  • There, house plants such as schefflera are trees, and orchids and bromeliads serve as understory plantings, and it seemed to me that there were plants flowering everywhere. azcentral.com | news
  • Poster boy of creationists everywhere, he has cut himself adrift from the world of real science. Behe vs. Dawkins
  • We simply cannot recommend it highly enough - not just for hurling aficionados but for sports fans everywhere.
  • It mostly sucked because right as I rolled out of bed my stomach revolted and well I yakked everywhere … then the hangover came after the nausea. Think Progress » Beck loses 103 sponsors as his UK television broadcast runs for five days straight without any ads.
  • FLOWERS are raised everywhere in great variety and in great abundance, and the chrysanthemum is the emblem of the country and is used on postage stamps. Up To Date Business Home Study Circle Library Series (Volume II.)
  • This insensitivity must include disregarding the garbage that is thrown anywhere and everywhere on many a city street.
  • The sorry repercussions of embracing superhumanism-a new absolutistic faith - are everywhere to be seen. He who says speciesism says fascism-
  • A friend there tells me his image is everywhere, flogging anything from sunglasses to after-shave, underwear to sunscreen. The Sun
  • However, Mr Barry sounded a warning note about risks to water everywhere as the silage-cutting season moves into top gear.
  • Supersized coats were everywhere, but worked best in parka form. Times, Sunday Times
  • Everywhere in the 19th century students of folklore itself a newly invented word plumped up their local legends, sagas and fairy tales just as much as Jacob Grimm and Richard Wagner did in Germany. Hitler's Golden Book
  • ` ` The style of his Grace (to say nothing here of his thought, of which others have spoken words of admiration certainly not too strong) often runs into poetry; and it has everywhere that indescribable not-too-muchness which is always the cachet of high-class work. '' Ginx's Baby. His Birth and other Misfortunes: A Satire
  • Although they are present almost everywhere, on land and sea, a group of related bacteria in the superphylum Planctomycetes-Verrucomicrobia-Chlamydiae, or PVC, have remained in relative obscurity ever since they were first described about a decade ago. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • Grammy Award Winner Rob Thomas, VH1 and Rhapsody Partner on Multi-Platform Campaign to Bring Thomas 'New Album' cradlesong 'to Fans Everywhere advertising campaign featuring Thomas to debut on June 16th - VH1 and Rhapsody streaming new WN.com - Articles related to 'Mum, can't we have a happy meal instead?' Victoria Beckham drags her boys to Nobu ...
  • The doctor had dreadlocks, pierced ears and nose and tattoos everywhere.
  • This is a play where priests are elderly and drunk, old ladies mutter curses and blessings, supernatural visions are everywhere and nobody can open their mouth without uttering a mystical insight.
  • In the air was the hot dog smell and excited chatter of fairs everywhere. LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY
  • Confusion and perplexity characterise the political establishment everywhere.
  • Everywhere an unspoken question seemed to hang heavily in the air: Would we have been better off without Home Rule?
  • A debate about safety is taking place in schools everywhere.
  • There was couches, sofas, chairs, and tables everywhere.
  • Fires broke out everywhere, the entire city went up in flames.
  • I heard him sayin 'he could not be everywhere at yince, an' couldna 'both watch coal thieves an' tattie stealin 'at yin an' the same time. The Underworld The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner
  • There are drifts of feverfew, clouds of philadelphus, grasses whispering in the breeze, and everywhere the perfume of 1,000 blossoms keeping the countryside alive in the heart of London.
  • The camera, re-entering the world of normal gravity, dropped hard beside my shoes. Beer bottles were everywhere.
  • Suddenly, friendly automata were everywhere. Times, Sunday Times
  • OK, those who insist on going to Antarctica or the Sahara for their hols may not see many plants, but everywhere else things are growing which will brighten up even the dullest of trips.
  • I am guardedly optimistic that Madonna -- ever the trend setter -- will inspire women everywhere to try the 'salmon retox.' Dr. Nicholas Perricone: Madonna: Salmon Queen
  • Fans will revel in the snappy one-liners, the latex effects, the swearing and what sci-figeeks everywhere will be calling 'intertextuality'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Everywhere you look outside, there are turrets and spires, while inside the tearooms serve Clootie dumplings (a rich, steamed fruit pudding).
  • He's travelled everywhere in Europe.
  • Well-adapted to urban environments, grackles, crows, ravens, blackbirds, and jays thrive everywhere we do.
  • Everywhere around the margins there were shoal fish, creatures almost identical to skimmer bream and roach.
  • Greeks were everywhere -- swarthy men in sea-boots and tam-o'-shanters, hatless women in bright colors, hordes of sturdy children, and all speaking in outlandish voices, crying shrilly and vivaciously with the volubility of the Mediterranean. CHAPTER XI
  • This kind of romanticism is everywhere in Buchan's books.
  • The virtues of tomorrow, unlike the virtues of yore, will be inspiring shape-shifters whose purpose, in addition to saving us, will be to baffle the certainties and absolutisms of ideologues everywhere.
  • Everywhere I saw helicopters jukeing and jinking, ducking and dodging.
  • More police, additional mobilization of military - there will be a presence of the government everywhere, including dis- and misinformation, false accusals and penetrating NGOs.
  • It is also true that you can't be omniscient; you can't see everything, everywhere.
  • Spanish bluebell is a good bet everywhere except the intermediate and low deserts.
  • I truly believe that we all want to love and be loved and that this overanalyzing and pickiness has become an epidemic, at least on the west side of Los Angeles, if not everywhere. Julie Spira: Are You Too Picky?
  • The standard way to mix a deck of playing cards—the one used everywhere from casinos to rec rooms—is what is known as a riffle or "dovetail" shuffle. Pick a Card, Any Card
  • He's my alter ego we go everywhere together.
  • His body is an angular, jutting emblem of a body uncomfortable everywhere.
  • Nine fieldsmen round the bat and sawdust everywhere. Times, Sunday Times
  • Where did he get to?I've been looking for him everywhere.
  • There was a large interior patio, with fountain, trees and flowers; a large garden adjoined this filled with orange trees, banana plants and palms, with great masses of bougainvillea growing everywhere. Did you know? Cuautla, Mexico, has the world's oldest railway station building.
  • People come from everywhere to celebrate the victory.
  • I intend no modification of my hope...expressed personal wish that all men everywhere could be free. 
  • With live video feeds via satellite to a global market, much of the ugliness of war is brought into homes almost everywhere.
  • From the fifth century onwards, the species of large animals, whether cattle, sheep, swine, or even poultry, disappear and were replaced everywhere, until the end of the middle ages, by the smaller breeds of the pre-classical period.
  • And everywhere I look there are primulas and polyanthus showing their bright little flowers.
  • The tree you see is a Eucalyptus, so it has this kind of "droopy" look to it, a little alien to Northern Hemisphere eyes, only because the tree grows everywhere there. Solstice....
  • He chased his tail and ate May's ferns, and sharpened his tiny claws on the kitchen chair legs, and left a light layer of ginger fur everywhere he went.
  • But through the wide streets and through the narrow ones, under the archways into the market gardens, across the bridge and into the square where the "glockenspiel" played its old tinkling tune, everywhere the Citadel looked down and always The Rat walked on in his dream. The Lost Prince
  • Basalt, basalt everywhere, and not a drop of water in sight.
  • It's cool and quiet everywhere except in the kitchen.
  • It's called the Mandelbrot Set (from now on, the M-Set) and you're soon going to meet it everywhere - in the design of fabrics, wallpaper, jewelry, and linoleum. The Ghost from the Grand Banks
  • Alas my kink is hard to indulge, yet everywhere there is torment.
  • Almost like the bad old days. Inside the prison, guards lingered everywhere. DEAD LINES
  • The streets were lined with beautiful houses all built of green marble and studded everywhere with sparkling emeralds.
  • The brown cloud shows man's activities are making climate change more unpredictable everywhere.
  • This perverted abhorrence of women destines religions to collide with modernity everywhere, for to be modern is to set women free.
  • Sinai, grey granite dyked with decaying porphyritic trap, and everywhere veined with white and various-coloured quartzes. The Land of Midian
  • They left the flat in a terrible condition - there was mess everywhere.
  • Playing truant from school is mitching in Ulster; twagging in East Yorkshire; slamming in Bradford; jigging in York; skidging in Paisley in Scotland; and skiving almost everywhere.
  • Military France is everywhere full of sour inflammatory humour, which exhales itself fuliginously, this way or that: a whole continent of smoking flax; which, blown on here or there by any angry wind, might so easily start into a blaze, into a continent of fire! The French Revolution
  • Today, pop music lovers everywhere understand the title lyrics and know the song’s catchy melody by heart. The English Is Coming!
  • Though long dry, these subterranean thoroughfares are literally everywhere beneath the city of London.
  • Dirty clothes lay strewn everywhere, half-full coffee cups grew mold, and the plant on the windowsill had died and wilted. AFTERMATH
  • Flags and other patriotic symbols are everywhere - on the flagpoles, on the buildings, on the cars, and on the people themselves.
  • Everywhere are evidences of faded ambitions and forlorn whistles in the dark…
  • Life is everywhere, in every foot of frozen soil, in every rocklike yard of solid ground – life in the endless variety of its natural forms.
  • As the blood supply for the scalp is so good, any knock received tends to bleed profusely resulting in blood everywhere and bruising as a result.
  • There you are! I've been looking for you everywhere.
  • Suddenly, we were told, single women everywhere could order made-to-measure designer babies and infertile couples could defy the laws of nature and have healthy children.
  • No less a luminary than Isaac Newton said God is “everywhere and everywhen.” The Volokh Conspiracy » Obama Administration to Appeal in National Day of Prayer Case
  • So now we come to the fateful month of July 1944, when the waters were rising along the whole periphery of the Nazi empire, where everywhere, in Speidel's words, "... the floodgates are creaking," to the day, the 20th, of the attentat; a climacteric in the history of the Third Reich of Hitler's relations with the Army, and of the rational direction of the German war effort. Barbarossa
  • —To return to the general argument pursued in this chapter, it is assumed, for reasons above explained, that a slow change of species is in simultaneous operation everywhere throughout the habitable surface of sea and land; whereas the fossilisation of plants and animals is confined to those areas where new strata are produced. II. Uniformity Of Change
  • Schuckardt is wearing the mozetta, which is worn by the Pope and Cardinals everywhere, and by Archbishops and Bishops in their dioceses with a few exceptions.
  • Everywhere there are stone pillars, some fluted, some twisted, some many-sided.
  • It's Valentine's season, which means that everywhere you look there are heart-shaped balloons, pink greeting cards and candy boxes filled with chocolate.
  • Red bandanas and shirts were everywhere, with a scatter of white, but everyone had a dark sweatshirt or jacket to slip into if they heard sirens.
  • Wizards, fairies, elves, trolls and gnomes everywhere fell as the magical bird made its final pass over the land, taking with it the power it had once possessed.
  • It was the first time Scots had seen a man in shorts and I was followed everywhere by an angry mob with pitch forks and burning torches.
  • The same smirking, self-delighted narcissist will remain beamingly oblivious to how much we, Democrats everywhere, and informed men and women of good will around the globe loathe him and the ground he walks on. Election Central Morning Roundup
  • In a distant past, when there were vast territories still unmapped, there were secret places everywhere, though, I imagine, few of them held nostalgic charms for those who stumbled on them accidentally on their way to somewhere else.
  • The basic assumption is that electronic dielectric response is everywhere uniform.
  • She had started to make breakfast but wasn't looking and got butter everywhere and grabbed the frying pan that was all metal and forgot (as usual) to use a mitten.
  • But she has left it within the power of man irreparably to derange the combinations of inorganic matter and of organic life …. man is everywhere a disturbing agent. Marsh, George Perkins
  • In a feeble gesture toward appeasing cardiologists everywhere, I sopped some of the fat off the top with more paper towels.
  • They'll be showing up everywhere in cafes, tearooms, restaurants.
  • There were wires trailing everywhere.
  • I have looked absolutely everywhere without success.
  • During the late 60s and into the early 80s, "Bacchae" was everywhere as issues of freedom versus repression--politically, socially and sexually--were being worked out around the world. Archive 2006-08-01
  • There was a lot of freight switching for the local peddler to do here at White Sulphur, as there was everywhere, with stock pens in the early years, and LCL freight in box cars, and coal hoppers.
  • However, now that the disaster has occured, and the buildings are mostly destroyed, why not re-level the city – that is, demolish all structures, remove/burn the non-cementitious debris and then add fill dirt to add 20 ft elevation everywhere? Should New Orleans be rebuilt? « BuzzMachine
  • Guards can be seen patrolling everywhere.
  • The fight for survival was the topical issue in Italy after World War II and privations, hardships and misery were everywhere.
  • The old Society page, with its news of old-family weddings, cotillions, and charity balls, began everywhere to be replaced in newspapers by the Style page, a very different thing.
  • Everywhere people are promenading, basking in the miraculous light: warm, long, slanting, at once brilliant and diffuse.
  • The integration of custom and the West is everywhere you look, especially in the churches.
  • They are like the eyes you find in older paintings that seemed to follow you around everywhere you go
  • Everywhere, workforces are played off against one another and blackmailed into making concessions with the threat that production will be moved.
  • But since they are not as easy to find everywhere, any dryish winter squash will work as a substitute (butternut, red kuri, hubbard are my favorites). How to make your own pumpkin puree | Baking Bites
  • The latest appearance of Vulture Lake; quite lovely and already mature; cohunes everywhere.
  • Everywhere the red-tinted cement is impressed with the footprints of children, feral dogs, rickshaws.
  • But the uninterested and the unmoved are massing everywhere.
  • But when he first arrived five years ago, the surrounding hills were as sere and brown as everywhere else.
  • Only the children run and shriek and throw stones and wrestle like children everywhere, making balls out of rags.
  • Well-adapted to urban environments, grackles, crows, ravens, blackbirds, and jays thrive everywhere we do.
  • Dreamy, swoony indie pop that calls out to sensitive sweater nerds and English majors everywhere.
  • This father also reported that he took his son ‘everywhere’ with him, not only to expose him to a variety of experiences, but also for him to walk for exercise.
  • We live in a street off Soho Road and there's rubbish tipped everywhere.
  • Doctors in Colorado, like doctors everywhere else, did not have enough of the vaccine.
  • Everywhere a sullen look, -- everywhere that ineffable aspect of crestfallenness! What Will He Do with It? — Complete
  • The term is everywhere in recent weeks, rather like the way the phrase "male chauvinism" emerged decades ago in the United States. NYT > Home Page
  • This, in a society where censorship and opportunism are growing everywhere, like the marabu weed, could be interpreted as a great mistake on the part of Karina. Yoani Sanchez: Trying to Control Our Thoughts With Bricks and Mortar [VIDEO, PHOTOS]
  • Everywhere in the city the tension is papable, we have always had the sense that the jim crow mentality was beneath the surface but with all the racially devisive inuendo being put out by Mccain/Palin the rippling currents of animosities that haven’t been felt here covertly for a very long time are boilng beneath the surface. Evening Buzz: 18 days to go
  • I was warned that senators - as is politicians' wont everywhere - like to speak for most of their allotted time, leaving only a small gap for an answer.
  • The two dachshunds which accompanied him everywhere, followed with surprising speed.
  • The virtues of tomorrow, unlike the virtues of yore, will be inspiring shape-shifters whose purpose, in addition to saving us, will be to baffle the certainties and absolutisms of ideologues everywhere.
  • Liberals were seen as weak-kneed wimps, unwilling to use force internationally and preoccupied with social welfare internally; local patriotisms prevailed everywhere.
  • I was just about brushing my teeth in Fajuyi Hall, OAU, when guys in different halls began to shout all over the place. everyone tuned up their radios and the whole campus went gaga ... there was an unarranged parade on the streets, students who hadnt had their bath thronged everywhere waving makeshift flags of victory, beating drums and dancing all over the place ... JUNE 8 AND THE DEATH OF ABACHA
  • The trains go everywhere and there isn't a curly cornbeef sandwich in sight.
  • ''I feel her everywhere,'' Mrs. Danvers insinuatingly tells the second Mrs. de Winter, the unnamed narrator. Psychos, Obsessives And Other Loons
  • Australia was only one chapter in the great narrative of empire, whose spread across the globe was everywhere hallmarked by cultural theft and indigenous dispossession.
  • The Vieux Carre, you must know, is the old French heart of New Orleans, and one gigantic fleshpot fine houses and walks, excellent eating-places and gardens, brilliantly lit by night, with music and gaiety and colour everywhere, and every second establishment a knocking-shop. Isabelle
  • He tried to think backthe ship, overrun with demons; Isabelle falling and Jace catching her; blood, everywhere underfoot, the demon attacking Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series
  • Thick green liquid squirted out everywhere, as Demitrius pulled wires and tubing off of the machine.
  • We were 2-4 early in the season, and copping it from everywhere.
  • And we must use the� strength of this women’s commission and the strength� of the United Nations to end that war, to end the war� against the civil rights of women and the human rights� of women, and our children and people everywhere. Remarks by Bella Abzug at the 42nd Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women
  • Mud was piled everywhere, over the splintered and broken planks that had once formed the deck of the piers and been cast against the rabbled river walls, up almost to the top of the tilted and shortened stone pillars that had comprised the base of the piers. Colors of Chaos
  • People moved everywhere, yet there was only a mild hum of unassignable noise, a blending of typeout machines, human voices, and a steady tremor that seemed everywhere and nowhere, that came from the rock itself. Across The Sea Of Suns
  • I intend no modification of my hope...expressed personal wish that all men everywhere could be free. 
  • Knowledgelives everywhere andis inherently decentralized. Rahim Kanani: Aleem Walji of the World Bank Institute's Innovation Team on the Future of International Development
  • They are tumbling down in wind-blown, varicoloured showers on to pavements and woodland floors everywhere. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shoe shops, jewellers, clothes shops and snack bars are everywhere, but toyshops are either well hidden or have been banished.
  • And that they move in orbits very nearly parabolical, I infer from their velocity; for the velocity with which a parabola is described is everywhere to the velocity with which a comet or planet may be revolved about the sun in a circle at the same distance in the subduplicate ratio of 2 to 1; and, by my computation, the velocity of comets is found to be much about the same. The World's Greatest Books — Volume 15 — Science
  • Amongst so excitable a people as the Arabs, this game caused quarrels and bloodshed, hence its prohibition: and the theologians, who everywhere and at all times delight in burdening human nature, have extended the command, which is rather admonitory than prohibitive, to all games of chance. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • He, however, managed to elude them, as he was a master of disguise, and almost everywhere he went he had supporters who hid him.
  • Few can afford to compete everywhere, and many have chosen to concentrate on those businesses and markets they know best.
  • Neurosurgeons everywhere started to abandon lobotomy in favour of more humane methods of treatment.
  • The corn maze to the north is amazing, and there are farm lands and woods everywhere.
  • Farmers and food packagers everywhere will have to maintain paper trails on genetically altered food products.
  • The same colour everywhere and then that blank, blue stare, that rose-red mouth. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE
  • In no time, his last ounce of resolve left him and he fell face first into the bowl, splattering droplets of broth everywhere.
  • They celebrated their win, in time - honoured fashion, by spraying champagne everywhere.
  • But this is a problem which bedevils political thought everywhere.
  • Checks throughout the region revealed a similar picture everywhere.
  • The house was large and old, the furniture not much less ancient, the situation dreary, the roads everywhere bad, the soil a stiff clay, wet and dirty, except in the midst of summer, the country round it disagreeable, and in short, destitute of every thing that could afford any satisfaction to Mrs A Description of Millenium Hall And the Country Adjacent Together with the Characters of the Inhabitants and Such Historical Anecdotes and Reflections As May Excite in the Reader Proper Sentiments of Humanity, and Lead the Mind to the Love of Virtue
  • The sea had worn little ruts in the wood and barnacles were clinging to it everywhere.
  • Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time. Steven Wright 
  • I intend no modification of my hope...expressed personal wish that all men everywhere could be free. 
  • Men and women everywhere hawked government-controlled newspapers printed on a grayish, low-grade newsprint no doubt full of comparably dull propaganda.
  • He got further steamed up about reporters who followed him everywhere, everywhen.
  • Everywhere, the streets were filled with people, enjoying — at last — a break in the rain.

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