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to make an effort to hear something

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

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Here's betting Alexander harkened back to the company's lean and mean times while assembling ``Sunday in the Park With George.
An elegant little aircraft, whose lines harkened back to the earlier Pup single-seater from the same manufacturer, the Tripe offered splendid maneuverability and excellent cockpit visibility.
To find inspiration in designing North Bay's Regional Health Centre, architect Brian Bertrand harkened back to his medal-winning university thesis.
In adopting the mantle of science, the Research Council study harkened back to the librarians' crusade against dime novels and Huck Finn; it also harkened forward to today's lab studies purporting to show the ill effects of pornography or violent TV.
So, beginning with Emerson and Thoreau, they harkened instead to themselves.
Speaking to shareholders at the company's annual meeting as CVPS nears its 75th anniversary in August, Young harkened back to the company's founders.