Clouds of dust shot
up in little columns from the centre of the mass, as some animal, more furious than the rest, ploughed the plain with his horns, and, from time to time, a deep hollow bellowing was borne along on the wind, as if a thousand throats vented their plaints in a discordant murmuring.
The great cloud-barred disk of the sun stood just above a limitless expanse of tossing white-caps--so to speak--a billowy chaos of massy mountain domes and peaks draped in imperishable snow, and flooded with an opaline glory of changing and dissolving splendors, while through rifts in a black cloud-bank above the sun, radiating lances of diamond dust shot
to the zenith.
"I still recall the bemused looks on the faces of my new teammates when a cloud of coal dust shot
up from those trousers as I blocked with my legs."
Peter Pan's Tinkerbell sparkled too as pixie dust shot
out of her wand every time she twirled.
Jets of gas and dust shot
from the day side of the nucleus, which was a jumble of hills and ridges.
Except for the tiniest forms of dust shot
, all sizes are now manufactured in non-toxic materials - but the organisation insists it's responsible for the "unacceptable" lead levels in swans.