Hinkle Hin·kle (hĭng'kəl), Beatrice Moses. 1874-1953.
American psychiatrist who cofounded the first psychotherapy clinic in the United States (1908).
At one point, hinkle says he became so disgusted that he had the “Operation Blessing” logo removed from the aircraft.
Judge hinkle said “the Constitution requires the Clerk to issue such licenses.”
They complied with the request, and were delivered up to the mob by hinkle, and claimed as prisoners of war.
And they're awfully good, hinkle; I know I'll have a swell time.
We rushed into the kitchen, meeting Pa hinkle coming out with two cups of hot coffee in his hands.
Miss—er—McRamsey was grateful, loving, and tried to forget hinkle's.
They immediately started with Col. hinkle to go down into the camp.
The vote was called and was unanimous in Elder hinkle's favor.
They immediately started with Colonel hinkle to go down into the camp.
The "Mormon" messenger, Col. hinkle by name, grew pale at these words.