- v spread or diffuse through
- The relevations of an ousted minister has left the opposition in disarray and gloom seems to pervade the entire party structure.
- It used to be that Starbucks attracted customers from a small, elite segment of the country; now, its visitors pervade many more segments across America.
- In Johannesburg, an afternoon Star editorial bemoaned the violence "that seems to pervade the whole world.
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- New Data Supports ‘Cold’ Model Of Dark Matter
John P. Millis , PhD for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online Scientists continue the search to identify the nature of dark matter that seems to pervade the Universe. Since by its very nature it does not interact well – or perhaps at all – with electromagnetic radiation, direct detection of this mysterious form of matter has proven elusive. Despite this obstacle, astronomers have become convinced ...
June 13, 2013 - redOrbit
- John Key in Stuff.co.nz
Whether that will pervade for a strong mood for change in New Zealand we will only find out on Saturday night, but here's hoping,Mr Key said.
- Scott Turow in Galesburg Register-Mail
Without contribution limits, "then we can expect cynicism and disappointment to continue to pervade the work force in the state of Illinois," Turow added.