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Synonyms for hark

listen

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hark back to something: recall

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hark back to something: return to

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Synonyms for hark

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

to make an effort to hear something

Synonyms for hark

listen

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MINI is going back to the future as it approaches its 50th anniversary with a psychedelic colour job that harks back to the days of the Beatles and the swinging sixties.
The writer-director's latest, ``Clerks II,'' harks back to the New Jersey sage's first no-budget, black-and-white comedy.
Weiser harks back to ancient longings but chooses to realize them by scientific means: the dream of an infinitely deep space, hovering matter that moves in harmony, spherical tones from strange worlds.
Dalton's approach harks back to the lifestyle and diet of past generations that weren't hooked on soft drinks and oversize portions of calorie-laden foods.
But a sixth design,an altogether gentler and more shapely image of the squadron sweetheart which harks back to the days of the Memphis Belle and the Sally B,has also been given the go ahead.
Ostrich of the Imagination" harks back to Pendleton's Pilobolus days, with women clamping their legs around their arching male partners, looking like gawky birds.
The $50- million-a-year subsidy harks back to the 1970s, when "alternative" energy sources were showered with handouts to little effect.
Even its billing as a "star-studded miniseries event" harks back to the network TV blockbusters of a decade ago.
Small details ground the video in its sociopolitical context: Graffiti on a construction barrier, for example, reads SUPPORT THE TURKISH DEATH FAST, an expression of solidarity with Turkish prisoners' hunger strikes that harks back to Northern Ireland's own prisoners' hunger strikes twenty years before.
The $230,000 topless two-seater, even more sophisticated than the Vanquish (now appearing in the James Bond movie ``Die Another Day''), has a quilted cushion interior that harks back to the soundproofed Aston race cars of the 1950s and '60s, said Claire Cook, a company representative.
Wang harks back to the 1991 discovery of the first carbon nanotubes, which spawned an ongoing cascade of research and development (SN: 7/29/00, p.
The movement Morris designed for the dancers harks back to how we imagine his predecessors moved.
CO-WRITTEN with friend Van Dyke Parks and bandmate Scott Bennett, That Lucky Old Sun is his tribute to California and harks back to the classic Beach Boys.