Sex is pervasive in today's culture.
It is pervasive in the 21sr century.
Addiction is pervasive in our country.
The Herald Sun is a good read and highlights how reality stars are now all pervasive in the entertainment industry.
This has been found to be quite pervasive throughout the system.
I fear the mentality you describe is pervasive throughout the Island.
Because this is what love is -- pervasive throughout whatever life throws at us.
However, these issues are pervasive throughout the New Zealand criminal justice system.
It's pervasive throughout the industry and sprinkled in with meaningless entertainment.
The negativity is pervasive across both parties.
It is why insecurity has become so pervasive across the country.
That, coupled with support for different languages, has made it more pervasive across different cultures.
Decay has deeper roots, is pervasive across all political parties and social classes in Jamaican society.
ZARNI: The racism against the Muslims in general, in Burma is pervasive across the majority, minority, civilian, military and class lines.
I totally agree there's an over-emphasis on it re certain sites, though, possibly because it's become pervasive across several types of media.
This dance is, I think, especially pervasive among social scientists.
And isolation is pervasive among other groups as well: the elderly, immigrants and refugees, many young people.
Anxiety about global warming is less pervasive among Israelis (48% ), Kenyans (48% ), Canadians (47%) and Indonesians (44%).
Python and Ruby are pervasive on other countries such as the UK and of course Japan for Ruby.
The social and ecological problems associated with monoculture sugarcane production are pervasive on the island.
Our unwillingness to redefine the parameters of education is viral -- it's incredibly pervasive on a global scale.
Some experts reasoned that NHTSA is not acting because the agency typically does not dictate guidelines until a safety issue is pervasive on the road.
While technology is pervasive on its 144-acre Pittsburgh campus, Carnegie Mellon is also distinctive among leading research universities for the world-renowned programs in its College of Fine Arts.
Technology has become pervasive as a target.
Disenchantment is pervasive as the country slides further into both political and economic decline.
Such undercurrents, or countercurrents, appear to be as important and pervasive as the surface currents.
Internal trafficking of children is pervasive as the children are sold by their parents or forced into marriage, forced labour, sexual exploitation or domestic servitude.
Snobbism was indeed pervasive at Harvard back then.
The first, pervasive at all meetings, is the shortage of teachers for English and Science and Maths.
And, that this needs to be pervasive at all levels if everyone is to stay energized and motivated to excel.
Metadata will be pervasive of distributed information environments.
However, many barriers stand in her way, most pervasive of which is funding.
There are several myths in the world about security, but the most pervasive of these has to do with password security.
Sometimes on the surface and pervasive to a culture.
This is not limited only to lower caste muslims alone, it is all pervasive to all communities that not revolted as yet.
IT Personal Statement Information Technology has become all pervasive within people's lives, yet many of us take its presence for granted.
While unaware of much of this, I wonder if should expect any better? With such a racist undercurrent pervasive within Australian society, we haven't progressed very far.
Sadly its pervasive amongst those on and off the battlefield.
Ignorance and misinformation about Islam is pervasive amongst non-Muslims especially in Nigeria.
This same mentality could be pervasive amongst the majority of South Africans: if you are not for the ANC, you are automatically against the ANC, against democracy, against African leadership, etc.
While this is frequently taken for granted, its influence is pervasive for academics.
They recognized that the type of stigma that was pervasive with the onset of HIV/AIDS does not exist anymore.
At the outset of the century, beer was pervasive with adults drinking over 300 litre of beer a year on average while children drank around half that.