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Individual Retirement Account
used in Arrowsmith

48 uses
  • He could not sleep, because an imaginary Ira Hinkley was always bursting in on him.
    Chapter 34 (41% in)
  • His dissecting partner was the Reverend Ira Hinkley, known to the class by a similar but different name.
    Chapter 2 (55% in)
  • Ira was going to be a medical missionary.
    Chapter 2 (55% in)
  • He might have kept his doubts to himself, revolving them slowly as he dissected out the nerves of the mangled upper arm, but Ira Hinkley would not let him alone.
    Chapter 2 (59% in)
  • Ira believed that he could bring even medical students to bliss, which, to Ira, meant singing extraordinarily long and unlovely hymns in a chapel of the Sanctification Brotherhood.
    Chapter 2 (59% in)
  • Ira believed that he could bring even medical students to bliss, which, to Ira, meant singing extraordinarily long and unlovely hymns in a chapel of the Sanctification Brotherhood.
    Chapter 2 (59% in)
  • Ira clenched his fist and scowled, then belched with laughter, slapped Martin distressingly on the back, and clamored, "Brother, you've got to do better than that to get Ira's goat!
    Chapter 2 (60% in)
  • Ira clenched his fist and scowled, then belched with laughter, slapped Martin distressingly on the back, and clamored, "Brother, you've got to do better than that to get Ira's goat!
    Chapter 2 (61% in)
  • To the delight of Clif Clawson, the class jester, who worked at the next table, Ira chucked Martin in the ribs, patted him, very painfully, upon the head, and amiably resumed work, while Martin danced with irritation.
    Chapter 2 (63% in)
  • This autumn the Digams elected Ira Hinkley, because they had been gaining a reputation for dissipation—girls were said to have been smuggled in late at night—and no company which included the Reverend Mr. Hinkley could possibly be taken by the Dean as immoral, which was an advantage if they were to continue comfortably immoral.
    Chapter 2 (66% in)
  • When Ira found that Martin was hesitating, he insisted, "Oh, come on in!
    Chapter 2 (68% in)
  • (On all occasions, Ira referred to his classmates as The Fellows, and frequently he used the term in prayers at the Y.M.C.A.) "I don't want to influence anybody.
    Chapter 2 (69% in)
  • Martin, Ira Hinkley, Angus Duer, Clif Clawson, the meaty class jester, and one "Fatty" Pfaff were initiated into Digamma Pi together.
    Chapter 2 (77% in)
  • Clif was the clown of the fraternity house, he was given to raucous laughter, he clogged and sang meaningless songs, he even practiced on the cornet, yet he was somehow a good fellow and solid, and Martin, in his detestation of Ira Hinkley, his fear of Angus Duer, his pity for Fatty Pfaff, his distaste for the amiable dullness of Irving Watters, turned to the roaring Clif as to something living and experimenting.
    Chapter 2 (90% in)
  • And it was Clif who risked death by throwing baked beans at the Reverend Ira Hinkley at supper, when Ira was bulkily and sweetly corrective.
    Chapter 2 (92% in)
  • And it was Clif who risked death by throwing baked beans at the Reverend Ira Hinkley at supper, when Ira was bulkily and sweetly corrective.
    Chapter 2 (92% in)
  • In the dissecting-room Ira was maddening enough with his merriment at such of Martin's ideas as had not been accepted in Pottsburg Christian College, but in the fraternity-house he was a moral pest.
    Chapter 2 (93% in)
  • Ira also had statistics about Clean Living.
    Chapter 2 (94% in)
  • "They came out at a medical convention in Philadelphia in 1902," Ira condescended.
    Chapter 2 (97% in)
  • He left them triumphantly, and Martin groaned, "Ira makes me want to get out of medicine and be an honest harness maker."
    Chapter 2 (98% in)
  • "Aw, gee now, Mart," Fatty Pfaff complained, "you oughtn't to cuss Ira out.
    Chapter 2 (99% in)
  • Unfortunately the Reverend Ira Hinkley, who sat between Martin and Angus Duer, had seen Clif drop the pancreas.
    Chapter 3 (21% in)
  • Angus Duer turned in his seat, looked at Ira, and suggested, "Will you kindly shut up?" and, as Ira subsided, Angus became to Martin more admirable and more hateful than ever.
    Chapter 3 (22% in)
  • Angus Duer turned in his seat, looked at Ira, and suggested, "Will you kindly shut up?" and, as Ira subsided, Angus became to Martin more admirable and more hateful than ever.
    Chapter 3 (22% in)
  • You know with all the hell-raising, and all the talk about bein' c'mmercial that I pull on these high boys like Ira Stinkley, I'm jus' sick o' c'mmercialism an' bunk as you are.
    Chapter 3 (26% in)
  • The Freshmen crouched in a ring about Ira Hinkley in the Digam livingroom, while he read out the questions they were most likely to get.
    Chapter 3 (61% in)
  • Even the Reverend Ira Hinkley, since he had witnessed the horrors of the midnight before, went his ways ignoring the crime.
    Chapter 3 (68% in)
  • Digamma Pi was more annoyed by Martin's restless doubtings than by Fatty's idiocy, Clif Clawson's raucousness, Angus Duer's rasping, or the Reverend Ira Hinkley's nagging.
    Chapter 3 (75% in)
  • Ira Hinkley walked alone, worrying.
    Chapter 4 (41% in)
  • He occasionally protested that the Reverend Ira Hinkley was a village policeman and Irving Watters a plumber, that Angus Duer would walk to success over his grandmother's head, and that for an idiot like Fatty Pfaff to practice on helpless human beings was criminal, but mostly he ignored them and ceased to be a pest.
    Chapter 5 (5% in)
  • They passed the Reverend Ira Hinkley, and Ira gloated with a holy gloating at Martin's captivity.
    Chapter 5 (85% in)
  • They passed the Reverend Ira Hinkley, and Ira gloated with a holy gloating at Martin's captivity.
    Chapter 5 (85% in)
  • Wasn't there a technique of manners as there was of experimentation...... Gottlieb's fluent benchtechnique versus the clumsy and podgy hands of Ira Hinkley...... Or was all this inquiry a treachery, a yielding to Duer's own affected standard?
    Chapter 7 (54% in)
  • When he had, as they put it, "cut out his nonsense and buckled down to work," he had won the admiration of Dr. Silva and all the Good Students, especially Angus Duer and the Reverend Ira Hinkley.
    Chapter 10 (60% in)
  • Next to Angus, and the future medical missionary, Ira Hinkley, Fatty Pfaff was the first to discover what his future was.
    Chapter 10 (85% in)
  • Dr. Pickerbaugh backed up his injunctions with statistics as impressive as those the Reverend Ira Hinkley had once used at Digamma Pi.
    Chapter 19 (28% in)
  • Inchcape Jones had scarce gone when at the door there was a pounding and it opened on Martin's classmate at Winnemac, Dr. the Rev. Ira Hinkley.
    Chapter 33 (47% in)
  • Martin had forgotten Ira, that bulky Christian who had tried to save him during otherwise dulcet hours of dissection.
    Chapter 33 (48% in)
  • Yump, it's old Ira.
    Chapter 33 (49% in)
  • Again it was Sondelius who got Ira Hinkley out, not too discontented, while Martin could only sputter, "Now how do you suppose that maniac ever got here?
    Chapter 33 (52% in)
  • He was cheerful, but never with the reproving and infuriating cheerfulness of an Ira Hinkley.
    Chapter 33 (97% in)
  • Into their argument plunged a fury in the person of Ira Hinkley, missionary of the Sanctification Brotherhood.
    Chapter 34 (30% in)
  • He gaped as he heard Ira pleading: "Gentlemen, I know almost the whole bunch of you are Church of England, but I beg you to listen to me, not as a minister but as a qualified doctor of medicine.
    Chapter 34 (31% in)
  • The Special Board coaxed Ira Hinkley out, for the meanest of reasons—in St. Hubert the whites do not greatly esteem the holy ecstasies of Negroes in the Sanctification Brotherhood chapels—but they voted only to "give the matter their consideration," while still men died by the score each day, and in Manchuria as in St. Hubert they prayed for rest from the ancient clawing pain.
    Chapter 34 (35% in)
  • Four days later he heard that Ira was dead.
    Chapter 34 (41% in)
  • Till he had sunk in coma, Ira had nursed and blessed his people, the humble colored congregation in the hot tin chapel which he had now turned into a pest-house.
    Chapter 34 (41% in)
  • He had an advantage over normal cautious humanity in not caring whether he lived or died, he who sat with the dead, talking to Leora and Sondelius, to Ira Hinkley and Oliver Marchand, to Inchcape Jones and a shadowy horde of blackmen with lifted appealing hands.
    Chapter 35 (65% in)
  • If it was the intervention of the Lord, as the earnest old Negro who succeeded Ira Hinkley in the chapels of the Sanctification Brotherhood insisted, had not the Lord surely sent him?
    Chapter 35 (87% in)

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