A late June day's unseasonable heat caused by Southern California's own native foehn, chinook, harmattan, khamsin, sirocco, or simoom, known in the Southland as the Santa Ana wind, found me again in Dr. H. K. Wombat's cool and spacious study, The Marsupium, filled with the fragrance of strawberries as the maestro and I sipped enormous milk shakes prepared by the furry savant's elegant and enigmatic housekeeper.
Partridge, Harry B.
"The Monosyllable Machine (Part 1),"
Word Ways: Vol. 15
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol15/iss2/2