This is not peculiar to Hindstn, but is here described because it is not in those countries (tramontana).
tramontana and sirocco alternate, and each is more unendurable than the other.
This is slenderer and smaller than the l-qrgha of those countries (tramontana).
Humyn and those come with him from that side (tramontana), who had never seen one before, were much entertained.
The gn-cow1759 is another, a very small one, perhaps as large as the qchqr (ram) of those countries (tramontana).
The opinion current in those countries (tramontana) that it can lift an elephant on its horn, seems mistaken.
The wind freshened; the tramontana, that piercing wind from the Alps, was beginning to blow.
At Perugia, last spring, through weeks of tramontana, how one yearned for the sight of yellow English primroses!
Generally, however, the tramontana brings bright settled weather.
Two other grand frescos were painted by him, all now despoiled by the northern or "tramontana" winds.