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to make an effort to hear something

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

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WITH the onset of winter and the possibility of snow, ice and bitter cold, my mind harkens back to the winter of 1950.
Maybe it's something about the rip-roaring rockers, "50,000 Unstoppable Watts," the way it sounds both contemporary and yet still harkens back to the alt.
On the disc's final track, Andrew Bird harkens back to his Bowl of Fire days with the violin charge of Auld Lang Syne.
The songstress harkens back to the Carpenters with a crystal clear strum on its way to harmonious paradise.
I just think your preference for a wooly man harkens back to some antiquated protomasculine bullshit that I want no part of.
This hearty fistful harkens back to those thrilling days of yesteryear when great herds of American Bison freely roamed across the prairies and plains of the Old West.
Bishop Butler harkens back to an old Anglican tradition of pished prelates.
It also harkens back to a day of camera case sophistication.
He's also taking a liking to the rear glass on Volvo's newest model, noting the style harkens back to the 1960's era P1800 E5.
Gin Lane, formerly the Village Idiot, recently opened and is reminiscent of the "Good Ole Days" of New York with classic continental cuisine and an atmosphere which harkens back to an era of elegant dining.
They won again Saturday, won in a style that hardly harkens back to 2005 or 2004 or 2003, or even when it all really began in 2002.
Got another release from the Seattle area that harkens back to the days before the hype: Jack Endino's Permanent Fatal Error.
Smack in the heart of downtown, the two-story inn harkens back to its history as a 1930s flophouse, where weary travelers came for a warm meal and a cheap room.
Electronic tools may make education widely accessible, but distance learning's reliance on independent reading and videotaped lectures harkens back to a content- rather than skills-based approach.
For example, what deciduous conifer that harkens back to when dinosaurs roamed the earth and at one time was believed extinct was "discovered" in remote China in the 1940s?