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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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So, while it's not in any way avant-garde or unusual it does have a kind of presence which I think is rather classically and quintessentially BMW, almost harking back to the simple elegance of BMWs from the 70s and 80s rather than trying to be cutting edge or different.
For people to keep harking back to the old days of the Tories and slinging insults about Thatcher is childish.
A TV source said: "Comedy Roasts will be a black-tie event harking back to the tradition of the New York Friars' Club of the 1920s.
People who claim exams are getting easier are harking back to a golden age "as mythical as Jason and the Argonauts", the Government will claim today.
Can't we come up with new things to wear instead of always harking back to the past?
Harking back to the earlier era's effort to dismantle the artwork's autonomy by refracting it across multiple registers, Gordon's project is a filmic re-presentation of a live action.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has started test flights of a modified jet fighter exploring the use of flexible wings, an idea harking back to the days of the Wright brothers.
While harking back to classical epic, chanson de geste, and medieval romance and looking forward to the modern novel, Murrin concentrates on heroic poetry of the sixteenth century, which he seeks to read in light of both the dramatic changes in the conduct of warfare during that epoch and the historical records that pertain to the conflicts such poetry aims to represent.
Harking back to the glory days of glam with a bit of punk thrown in, Placebo were out of kilter with the late '90s indie scene.
Some people may question the worth of harking back to something that happened so long ago.
Harking back to a past that never existed, Main Street USA has spread its idyllic corridors across Los Angeles.
Harking back to elaborate tree forts hosting gangs of neighborhood kids, "Mirz," a group project organized by artists Ward Shelley, Peter Soriano, and Jesse Bercowetz, brought together dozens of collaborators to build a complex of seven modules suspended from the ceiling of this Brooklyn gallery's two-story main space.
Blair should champion good local secondaries for all kids and expose the Tories as a divisive force harking back to the bad days when most pupils were branded failures before their teens.
The former hung low, literally at one's side, with the barest horizon line and an allover riot of "scribblings," precision-cut from black felt, suggesting a landscape (a forest or swamp) or, harking back to Abstract Expressionism, orchestrated chaos.
On the Internet, it would seem that nostalgia is very much a thing of the future, with a plethora of sites harking back to the good old days before there was a plethora of sites harking back to the good old days.