(Latin: where)

1. A reference to the doctrine; especially, as advocated by Luther, that the body of Christ is omnipresent and therefore exists in the Eucharistic bread.
2. One of a school of Lutheran divines which held that the body of Christ is present everywhere, and especially in the eucharist, in virtue of his omnipresence.
The Christian belief, held particularly by the Lutheran Church, that Jesus Christ is present in all places and at all times, not just in the Eucharist.
Quality or state of being ubiquitary, or ubiquitous; that is, existence everywhere.
Existing every where, or in all places.
A small protein, present in all eukaryotic cells, that participates in the destruction of defective proteins and in the synthesis of new proteins.
ubiquitous (adjective), more ubiquitous, most ubiquitous
Present, or seeming to be present or existing, everywhere at the same time: The ubiquitous sports star was seen on several different TV programs at 8 p.m.

The ubiquitous weather was covering many states in America with below freezing temperatures, snow, and ice during the first days of January, 2014.

Seeming to be everywhere at the same time.
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Existing everywhere at the same time.
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ubiquitously (adverb)
1. Existence every where; constantly encountered.
2. The state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once).
1. The state, fact, or capacity of being, or seeming to be, everywhere at the same time; omnipresence.
2. Existence or apparent existence everywhere at the same time; omnipresence.
3. Omnipresence; presence in several places, or in all places, at one time.

A fiction of English law is the "legal ubiquity" of the sovereign, by which he is constructively present in all the courts.