(1) The houses of each household were so near that if the neighbours were cooking meat with an occasional onion, the sweet aroma from the boiling pot would pervade the air.(2) No doubt, such favourable visions of globalization pervade public opinion and political choices.(3) I think that managers have got to have a better understanding of the discrimination issues that pervade throughout the service at the present time.(4) Disbelief, anger, worry and fear now pervade rural communities throughout the country.(5) Naturally, by the end of such a traumatic, sustained attack, a sense of loss pervades the opposition and the arena.(6) Women stressed the dangers of the heat and many suggested that the horrible rotten-egg gas smell that pervaded the place would not be missed at all.(7) People walked around with masks, to protect themselves from the intense, acrid smell of burning that pervaded the entire island of Manhattan.(8) A faint smell of gasoline pervaded his nostrils.(9) Tall chimneys spew out long fingers of white smoke, the smell of dinner pervading the night air.(10) He just said: ├ö├ç├┐In this virtual world, the pervasion of indecent information is inevitable.├ö├ç├û(11) His mind was ripped out of his personal bliss when the smell of cigarette smoke pervaded the air and a rough hand wrapped around his mouth.(12) The primacy of vision has so pervaded the idea of political representation that the rhetoric of good and evil seems naturally translated to the ability to emit light, or to bring to light.(13) Ravenna hurried to the cupboard and got in, wrinkling her nose at the musty smell of old, dry paper that was pervading the cupboard.(14) Tension pervades the air, though the prevailing climate has more to do with Melbourne next March than Ayrshire in high summer.(15) A somewhat desolate but lyrical sense of place pervades the work.(16) A rainbow formed an arch above the square, adding a splash of color to the gloomy atmosphere pervading the West Bank town.