Being present everywhere, omnipresent.
Hardly a section of the country, urban or rural, has escaped the ubiquitous presence of ragged, ill and hallucinating human beings, wandering through our city streets, huddled in alleyways or sleeping over vents.
—American Psychiatric Association New York Times, September 13, 1984
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