The individual remembered hearing the gentleman ask for the train to Cuneo.
Diana had taken the train at two, and could not reach Cuneo till six.
This was the dreaded Cuneo, the father of Margarita, whose coming promised death to the ranger!
Almost as he spoke a big one shot by, heading for Alessandria and—who knows but for Cuneo?
It lies on the main line from Turin to Cuneo, and has a branch line to Mondov.
I was so tired after that long day from Cuneo to Milan that I wouldn't get up to go and look at the cathedral.
No, he was too far away; but the horse he rode was a sorrel—the same animal which the Cuneo girl rode.
In the parts of Piedmont lying to the north of Cuneo and in the eastern Riviera, they produced hardly any sensible effect.
Thence by way of Cuneo and Savona one takes the train to Genoa.