At 01:11 PM 10/9/2004, you wrote:
>"...The question is: should we try to put pressure on the editors of
>the ubiquitous in the Church Abroad Calendar to keep from continuing
>to give the wrong daily Scriptural readings..."
>The word ubiquitous is an adjective. Its use in the above sentence
>as a noun makes no sense at all.
It is an adjective.
It modifies "Calendar."
It is exactly the same sentence structure as:
"the prevalent in France attitude toward Americans is . . ."
"the predominant among teenagers concern is . . ."