If something is everywhere, it's "ubiquitous"



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Today you’ll hear that MetroCards are ubiquitous around New York City. That means, you find them everywhere. Since most people take the subway, and the only way to get on is with a yellow card, you find these cards everywhere. Everyone has at least one, but most people have two, three, or four. What else is ubiquitous in New York? Corner delis, called bodegas, are ubiquitous. Starbucks is ubiquitous—they are everywhere. And ATM’s from the most popular bank, Chase, are ubiquitous—until you need to find one!

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