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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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The tone harks back to medieval peasant times, so the SF aspect sometimes seems out of joint.
Von Gerkan Marg's new Tempodrom harks back evocatively to its circus origins with a soaring, tent-like roof structure, 37m high, made of folded steel plates resting on 12 cylindrical supports.
The case harks back to 1995 when the Ontario government changed social assistance legislation so that a person was defined as a "spouse" as soon as they started living together.
On the opposite side, an artist's easel or chair, with a cubistic rendition of the Venus de Milo, harks back to Dali's art-school experiences of drawing from plaster casts, one of which stands immediately behind the easel.
Envy, an important figure in the action, harks back to Ovid as well as to the war in the last books of Virgil's Aeneid.
Their logo, a red shield, harks back to the glory days of the first transcontinental railroad, built in 1855.
Appropriately for this first volume in a series on "Hegemony and Experience," a speculative closing chapter harks back to Antonio Gramsci's assertion that moralizing about the sexual behavior of subaltern classes is a particularly effective way of exercising control over them.
NEW YORK -- Celebrating Vegas' 100th B-Day in May: Swing Diva's New CD, "Vegas '58: Today," Harks Back to Famous Vegas Days, When She Became a First-of-Her-Kind, Lounge Legend
THE band's new album harks back to a golden age of 1960s psychedelic rock, but with a modern twist, fluctuating between the frenetic guitars of Velvet Lies to the more melodic Rise.
The Iroc, which harks back to the iconic Scirocco, has distinctive dimensions with a very long roof and steeply sloping rear.
By contrast, in the Boijmans retrospective (whose subtitle harks back to that of the Cologne show) Tiravanija confronted the ideological and institutional trappings of the museum head-on.
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.
His recently-released album Surf harks back to the mood of his early singles.
At the same time, it harks back to the last hundred years in Cleveland's illustrious, industrial history, so typified by the Terminal Tower," he explained.
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.