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hark(en) back to something

 
1. to have originated as something; to have started out as something. (Harken is an older word meaning "pay heed to.") The word icebox harks back to refrigerators that were cooled by ice. Our modern breakfast cereals hark back to the porridge and gruel of our ancestors.
2. to remind one of something. Seeing a horse and buggy in the park harks back to the time when horses drew milk wagons. Sally says it harkens back to the time when everything was delivered by horse-drawn wagons.
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hark back to something

to be similar to something from the past His music harks back to Elvis Presley and other 1950s influences.
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hark back

Return to a previous point, as in Let us hark back briefly to my first statement. This expression originally alluded to hounds retracing their course when they have lost their quarry's scent. It may be dying out. [First half of 1800s]
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Hark continues to incorporate legal, licensed content from its studio partners, including Paramount, NBC Universal, Warner Bros.
Hark has grown into one of the 10 largest entertainment/movies sites on the Internet (comScore, 2012) with more than 50 million visitors per month worldwide.
We couldn't be more excited about this partnership with AP and all of the great content that it brings to the millions of people who visit Hark daily," said Hark CEO David Aronchick.
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Adding Rajeev to our team was a huge coup for Hark," said Hark co-founder and CEO, David Aronchick.
In order to embed the Hark media player, click 'embed', copy and paste the resulting code into the story or blog post.
The series sees Hark grappling with a dad who has his own deep fryer, a mom who downs an entire pot of coffee every morning, and kids who almost universally stare at the TV all day.
Some of the galaxies that UDF detected hark back to the end of the cosmic Dark Ages, the era when the first stars reheated and reionized the universe, which had been cooling down since the Big Bang.
The design is intended to hark back to the romantic era of flying in the 1930s and '40s when, as in Casablanca, travel was glamorous and exciting.
SEATTLE -- Hark, the world's sound bite platform, today announced the hiring of Jeremy Laws, a former Senior Vice President of Digital Platforms and Head of Mobile for Universal Pictures.
when the night is falling, Hark hear the neds a 'calling,
The list was compiled after Hark evaluated the amount of listens each political sound bite attained during the first 72 hours of its appearance on the Hark website.
The habit may hark back to a primitive instinct, Repasky speculates: Egg-laying woodpeckers can avoid a risky trip to the forest floor by hiding their calcium supplements in trees.
The list was compiled after Hark tracked user-listening patterns from 8:00 p.
At the same time, Amphipithecus shares a number of features with prosimians which hark back to the animal's ancestry.