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The meaning of the word ubiquitous is omnipresent, i.e. present everywhere. It also means universal. The word ubiquitous is more often associated with a phenomenon. Normally, it is not used to describe the presence of human beings except for when the same is linked to happening or not happening of certain things. This is as if to denote that someone's ubiquitous presence is the cause for occurrence or non occurrence of some incidents. As it conveys the meaning of being omnipresent, it is also associated with human beings creating wonderful acts in the competitive arena. For example, a footballer's ubiquitous presence made all the difference between winning and losing. It is to indicate that the abilities of the footballer are of such high standards that he was always present close to the centre of action.