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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmanentim‧ma‧nent /ˈɪmənənt/ adjective formal  1 CHARACTER OF somethingCHARACTER/PERSONALITYa quality that is immanent seems to be present everywhere Love is a force immanent in the world.2 EVERYWHEREGod or another spiritual power that is immanent is present everywhereimmanence noun [uncountable]
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immanentIt is important to be clear that the Deity does not lose its transcendence by being immanent.Hope seems immanent in human nature.First, they help to unlock the immanent structure of the legal language spoken in a specific arena.The ultimate divine mystery is there found immanent within each.
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