Hartman


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Hart·man

(hart'măn),
LeRoy L., U.S. dentist, 1893-1951. See: Hartman solution.
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Among the travellers in my Pullman was comrade Hartman, like myself in the secret service of the Iron Heel.
"There must be some big men on board," Hartman concluded.
Hartman and I had breakfast together in the dining car, and I forced myself to eat.
"I guess the Iron Heel won't need our services," Hartman remarked, putting down the paper he had been reading, when the train pulled into the central depot.
Hartman and I agreed that it was useless to report ourselves to the local chiefs of the secret service.
A vague sound came to our ears, like the bubbling of a gigantic caldron a long way off, and Hartman said it was machine-guns and automatic rifles.
THE REVEREND Curtis Hartman was pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Winesburg, and had been in that position ten years.
The Reverend Hartman was a tall man with a brown beard.
For a good many years after he came to Wines- burg things went well with Curtis Hartman. He was not one to arouse keen enthusiasm among the wor- shippers in his church but on the other hand he made no enemies.
Curtis Hartman went on tiptoe to the window and closed it softly.
When he began to think about her, Curtis Hartman remembered that she had been to Europe and had lived for two years in New York City.
In less than a minute Edwards came rushing down the hill, followed by Major Hartman, with a velocity that was surprising for his years.