pall sätze

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1. But this sport did not pall.
2. A white and undulating pall.
3. Silence hung like a stifling pall.
4. That settles over humankind a pall.
5. The Pall Bearers did a remarkable job.
6. A pall of smoke hung over the sky in.
7. Oh, in the Globe, Star, Pall Mall, St.
8. A gray pall hangs over the lonely streets.
9. Still cherish when romance begins to pall?
10. Tell me about the pall bearers, she said.
11. I combined it with a job hunting trip with Pall Mfg.
12. The deathly pall of its atmosphere greeted her with.
13. When our deep plots do pall: and that should teach us.
14. The pall of nature is thickened when there is imitation.
15. In a stationer's shop in Pall Mall, where I had business.
16. The color of the pall was green, streaked with dark spots.
17. To cast a pall over the lives of innocents in foreign lands.
18. In a stationer’s shop in Pall Mall, where I had business.
19. The mind enveloped by the pall of ignorance perceives through.
20. A deep pall had descended over me and I found it hard to breathe.
21. Over all myths of Thugra Khotan hung horror and death like a pall.
22. A pall had clung to her face, a whitewash of shame I will never forget.
23. To see a pall in your dream symbolizes death or the end of something.
24. Back in Kilburn, she still couldn’t shake off the pall of unhappiness.
25. Although none could blame Nadir, it cast a horrible pall over the group.
26. For a long moment the echo of his reply threw a ghostly pall over the room.
27. The editor studied the government man through the pall of thickening smoke.
28. Imperfections-the obscuring pall of nature-are there until there is steady.
29. It was almost dark before we found ourselves in Pall Mall, at the rooms of Mr.
30. Qi Ge was carrying a pall and emptying the seawater in the cabin to the open.
31. An unvaried pall of cloud muffled the whole expanse of sky from zenith to horizon.
32. Andre’s hushed voice cut through the funereal pall of gloom that hung over the bedroom.
33. There’s a picture of me in The New York Times as one of the pall bearers at Jasper’s.
34. That pall of cindery powder made me think of what I had read of the destruction of Pompeii.
35. I took a cab after that and reached my brother's rooms in Pall Mall, where I spent the day.
36. A pall descended on the Palace and enveloped it blackly for four awful days, during which Mrs.
37. The sun was behind the bulge as Sam neared from the northeast, casting a pall over the landscape.
38. Seward keeps his newspapers, I borrowed the files of 'The Westminster Gazette' and 'The Pall Mall.
39. She was standing at the open door to the patio watching the pall of smoke rising from the accident scene.
40. The exhaust of the car left a great pall of blue smoke in the pulsing air for five minutes after he was gone.
41. The local house agent could tell me nothing about Charlington Hall, and referred me to a well known firm in Pall Mall.
42. The sun had not yet set when the hearse with the white pall and the black cross entered the avenue of the Vaugirard cemetery.
43. Had I not been nerved by thoughts of other dead, and of the living over whom hung such a pall of fear, I could not have gone on.
44. In a dense phalanx, blocking the streets from side to side, the crowd set forth, taking the route of Regent Street, Pall Mall, St.
45. The tableau all waned at last with the pallidness aloft; and once more the Pequod and every soul on her decks were wrapped in a pall.
46. It was a quarter-past seven when we left Pall Mall, and my watch showed me that it was ten minutes to nine when we at last came to a.
47. The flames, spreading from north to south, shot up into the heavens, illuminating the pall of smoke that hung like a thick fog over the city.
48. Their endless, repetitive footage was quite thorough, including a pall of greasy black smoke, which appeared to be coming from a series of blue dumpsters.
49. Fulsome praise for the local lord was one thing but pints of sickly adulation could pall on even the most ardent royalist and Fielding was not one of those.
50. Through the open doors, he cannot see Saint-Malo, but he hears the airplanes, hundreds of them, and a great pall of smoke hangs over the horizon day and night.
51. Conan had a glimpse of his vulture-like figure through the thick-set bars, as he slid home the grate; then the heavy outer door clanged, and silence fell like a pall.
52. The slim, dark complected pastor with silver-gray thinning hair sprinkled the casket with practiced motions; the coffin itself was draped in a snowy white funeral pall.
53. Reverend Mother, I am the one who is to nail up the coffin in the basement of the church, and no one can enter there but myself, and I will cover the coffin with the pall.
54. Before the windows stood two enormous fish tanks, the murky water casting a pall across the whole room, keeping the dim light in constant motion as it washed over the mess.
55. Every autumn the beech leaves make the unknown soldier a new brown pall, and through the sparkling frozen winters, except for the thin shadows of naked branches, he lies in sunshine.
56. Perhaps the "Pall Mall Gazette" in its issue of September 5 puts most pithily the objections that have been raised to what the English have been pleased to call "The Gospel of Wealth.
57. His prophecy, I remember, appeared in November or December, 1893, in a long-defunct publication, the Pall Mall Budget, and I recall a caricature of it in a pre-Martian periodical called Punch.
58. Now, standing on the observation deck, he looked out at the many spires of New York rising through a pall of smoke and steam and heat haze and did not know whether he found it beautiful or frightening.
59. The pall bearers, all dressed in black with ashen white faces that never varied their expressions, slowly removed the ornate casket from the glass-enclosed carriage and carried it towards the open hole.
60. For several days it had rained continuously; the streets were chilly and sloppy and full of dreary, cold mist; there was mud everywhere—sticky London mud—and over everything the pall of drizzle and fog.
61. Portraits in which this has not been borne in mind, however entertaining at a picture exhibition, when they are seen for a few moments only, pall on one if constantly seen, and are finally very irritating.
62. A thousand of the most beautiful and eminent verities enunciated by myself only collect into a kind of frozen pall that hangs about her miserable little head and does nothing more useful than suffocate her.
63. The sound of the dripping of the rain on the ivy was unbroken at first except by the sound of Herr Dremmel drinking his tea, and the room was so gloomy under the pall of heavy sky that almost one needed a lamp.
64. Then came another rush of sea-fog, greater than any hitherto, a mass of dank mist, which seemed to close on all things like a gray pall, and left available to men only the organ of hearing, for the roar of the.
65. There came a dull pall, like that of her own black fogs, over social London, and the stucco-fronted languors of Baker Street and Portland Place are no worse than were the dull monotony of the interiors behind them.
66. Then there was a fierce, rending squeal right on top of me, and a heavy blow on my right arm so that I staggered and nearly fell, and I was in the middle of Pall Mall with a taxi broadside on across the road beside me.
67. I too want to be up and off, to run through the wet pall hanging over this terrible gray North down into places where sunshine would dry the fog out of my hair, and brown my face, and loosen my joints, and warm my poor frozen spirit.
68. Many people lost their lives; countless homes were destroyed and a black pall of smoke seemed to hang in the minds of the populace as the term, ‘Black Friday’, was coined to describe the thirteenth of January, Nineteen-thirty-nine.
69. Toward night candles were burning round his coffin, a pall was spread over it, the floor was strewn with sprays of juniper, a printed band was tucked in under his shriveled head, and in a corner of the room sat a chanter reading the psalms.
70. The rains had restarted, and miasma hung over the valley like a heavy pall, but toward evening the misty curtain was suddenly drawn aside, the skies turned blue as if by magic, and a most glorious panorama lay revealed to our wondering gaze.
71. A woman's place should be that ever-living spark in the hearts and souls of all who want life to continue without the dark pall of fear and sorrow or the endless eclipse of suffering and death that man's hand has laid upon his own kind and this earth.
72. He felt that this independent attitude of a man who might have done anything, but cared to do nothing was already beginning to pall, that many people were beginning to fancy that he was not really capable of anything but being a straightforward, good-natured fellow.
73. Nothing could have prevented her Old Charisian subjects from greeting her, their beloved archbishop, and the heir to the throne with enthusiasm, yet the battle—and especially the loss of both Thunderer and Dreadnought—had cast an undeniable pall over her return.
74. Heaven only knows who arranged all this and when, but it all got done as if of its own coffin, a pall was spread over it, the floor was strewn with sprays of juniper, a printed band was tucked in under his shriveled head, and in a corner of the room sat a chanter reading the psalms.
75. The permanent pall of smoke cast by the coking ovens and blast furnaces gave the air an acrid, sinus-stinging edge and the noise level and sheer, hurtling energy level were both daunting to the uninitiated and more than enough to impose caution on any cyclist trying to make his way through it.
76. A loose black serge robe covers him all over, as with a funereal pall, and being fastened together only at the neck, gives to his often obese figure an appearance the very reverse of grave or serious: The superior of a monastery, or the priest in charge of a parish, wears a more stately clerical costume.
77. Could one look at it impartially and grasp a faint conception of the magnitude of that great even, spectacular, and absorbing as it will be, when the dark sable pall of death settles down over that innumerable army of evil, none could fail to be satisfied that the price—reward according to works—is just, and all any law could exact in righteousness.
78. Six Delaware girls, with their long, dark, flowing tresses falling loosely across their bosoms, stood apart, and only gave proof of their existence as they occasionally strewed sweet-scented herbs and forest flowers on a litter of fragrant plants that, under a pall of Indian robes, supported all that now remained of the ardent, high-souled, and generous Cora.
79. FOIL-EMBOSSED FRONTALS UNCOUPLING uncoupling from diadems, confetti dull with soot, business ends of noisemakers trampled under boots, cracked bottoms of disposable champagne flutes, butts of khaki Luckies and pale Pall Malls, nickelbags like punctured lungs, plus bottles: half-full, empty, broken off at the neck for the commission of crimes or smashed into green and brown explosions the red flash of a peep-show sign makes look romantic, in a sleazoid kind of way.
80. For the future I am not going to describe anything more that does not relate to the matter in hand, I will only say that the cofi&n, which they had already made, was standing in the middle of the room, and was not a plain one, though it was black ; it was upholstered in velvet, and the pall was of an expensive sumptuoiM-ness that was not in keeping with the character of a monk, or with the convictions of the dead man ; but such was the special desire of my mother and Tatyana Pavlovna, who arranged the matter togetlier.
81. When, at the conclusion of all the ceremonies, after having pronounced before the mayor and before the priest all possible "yesses," after having signed the registers at the municipality and at the sacristy, after having exchanged their rings, after having knelt side by side under the pall of white moire in the smoke of the censer, they arrived, hand in hand, admired and envied by all, Marius in black, she in white, preceded by the suisse, with the epaulets of a colonel, tapping the pavement with his halberd, between two rows of astonished spectators, at the portals of the church, both leaves of which were thrown.
82. This pall was the pall of the Bishop's wrath; and there was so much of it that it actually reached over into the dwellings of the Dean and Chapter and blackened those white spots, and it got into the hitherto calm home of the Mayor, who had the misfortune to have business with the Bishop the very day after Ingeborg's return, and an edge of it--but quite enough to choke an old man--even invaded the cathedral, where it extinguished the head verger, a sunny octogenarian privileged to have his little joke with the Bishop, and who had it unfortunately as usual, and was instantly muffled in murkiness and never joked again.
83. The pall of night was growing thin,.
1. We got to palling around, and he offered me a job in PR for the production company.
1. The guy you palled around with while filming, that you all paid a big bundle to for his version of mob-life and murder was a wife-kicking, floozy-bedding flunky for the mob, who let his wife be murdered (or ordered it!).
2. She did not feel well physically but, forced by Melanie, she went store palled on her for the first time and, although the business was treble what it had been the year before and the money rolling in, she could take no interest in it and was yard selling all his supply easily, but nothing Johnnie did or said pleased her.
1. But then, alcohol palls when the pace is as swift as it seems to be here.
2. Our little darling is gone off hiking with his palls, she squeals, enjoying her new invention, clapping her hands gaily.
3. The real satisfaction was to leave a bunch of enemy planes on the ground to lend their substance to the gathering palls of smoke.
4. The incandescent fury of heavy guns fired in near-total blackness had made it almost impossible for cringing human eyes to actually see anything, and the choking palls of powder smoke had obscured what little they might have seen anyway.
5. Oliphant, William Black and Thomas Hardy could introduce us to scores of pleasant English people, but their heroes and heroines belong to a different world altogether, and are laid on the shelf nowadays, probably never to be taken up by the mass of readers except as refreshing antiquities when American repetition finally palls on us.

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