Part of the problem is that its prevalence was equally as fleeting as a smile itself.
The new data bolsters pre-existing concerns about the prevalence of teen use of e-cigarettes.
Despite the prevalence of domestic violence in Russia, the country has no law on the books outlawing physical abuse of a spouse.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports the prevalence of MDMA (the active ingredient in Molly) is 12.9% in youth age 18-25.
The prevalence of military sexual assault has been called an epidemic.
Formerly, during the prevalence of plague and epidemics, the arrogance of the priest was boundless.
The result was the dominion of the phrase and the prevalence of hollow affectation.
And scripture abounds with records of the prevalence of such intercessions.
There is a human reason for the existence of the concept and for its prevalence in the church.
During the prevalence of the light air mentioned, Raoul Yvard did not see fit to stir tack or sheet, as it is termed among seamen.
1590s, "fact of having mastery," from Middle French prévalence (15c.), from Late Latin praevalentia, from praevalens, present participle of praevalere (see prevalent). Meaning "condition of being widespread or general" is from 1713.
prevalence prev·a·lence (prěv'ə-ləns)
The total number of cases of a disease in a given population at a specific time.