Talk:Omnipresence

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This definition doesn't sound right: the American Heritage, Random House unabridged, and Webster's all define "omnipresent" as existing everywhere at one time.
 
This definition doesn't sound right: the American Heritage, Random House unabridged, and Webster's all define "omnipresent" as existing everywhere at one time.
  
The [[omnipresent|definition]] on the current version of the page merely means "able to go anywhere". Why this weird usage?
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The [[omnipresent|definition]] on the current version of the page merely means "able to go anywhere". Why this weird usage? <small>—The preceding [[Project:Sign your comments|unsigned]] comment was added by [[User:Arensb|Arensb]] ([[User talk:Arensb|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Arensb|contribs]]){{if|test={{{2|}}}|then=, {{{2}}}|else=.}}</small>
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:: Because the page is still in its infancy? :-)  I agree, the current definition leaves something to be desired. [[User:Rivalarrival|Rival]] 12:24, 18 December 2008 (CST)

Latest revision as of 20:35, 26 June 2010

Dodgy definition?

This definition doesn't sound right: the American Heritage, Random House unabridged, and Webster's all define "omnipresent" as existing everywhere at one time.

The definition on the current version of the page merely means "able to go anywhere". Why this weird usage? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Arensb (talkcontribs).

Because the page is still in its infancy? :-) I agree, the current definition leaves something to be desired. Rival 12:24, 18 December 2008 (CST)
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