"There has been a great pall cast over the discussion," Mr. Martin said.
Consumed by the holocaust, the entire circular superstructure caved in upon itself under a great billowing pall of smoke.
A great pall of smoke hung over the valley, and though there'd been rain in the night, fires still burned in many places.
Dust rose in a great pall, curling backward blindingly.
It was then that Pitt saw a great pall of smoke rising around a bend in the Potomac.
A great pall of smoke overhangs everything.
The exhaust of the car left a great pall of blue smoke in the pulsing air for five minutes after he was gone.
Nothing casts a greater pall over the entire Clinton foreign policy.
All the buildings were burning, and a great pall of smoke hung over the land.
Still, I concede that it casts a great pall Of shame and discredit over us all.