Mr Anderson's Labour Party has been in Government for over 11 years now, so why hark back
to the past?
It's uplifting even if our services hark back
to an earlier time,'' Rasch said.
They hark back
to those sculptures mounted on the outside of cathedrals, at once participating in and standing above the community, as if to offer moral instruction.
Van der Laan's courtyards and halls - with their concrete floors, earth-rubbed brick walls, and skeletal timber furniture - hark back
across time to some stable origin of things.
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.
For the past several months, David Bowie has been in the studio finishing the new record, which is very song-driven, a hark back
to his Hunky Dory days of the early 1970s.
The range of new British Airways uniforms -unveiled yesterday -which hark back
to the pioneering days of aviation
Did Kirchherr and her friends hark back
to the Weimar Dadaists, or did they come together in the same spirit as their peers in Paris, London, San Francisco, and New York?
At the same time, Amphipithecus shares a number of features with prosimians which hark back
to the animal's ancestry.
Salmon anglers must hark back
to 1997 for decent opening-day takes of kings, with their distinctive black gums.
When you talk about favorites, people tend to hark back
to really nice experiences that they've had.
At once creative and opportunistic, Key knows how to hark back
to the classics without becoming a mimic.
They let you hark back
to being a kid or being in a ball park.
Probably they offend, because they hark back
to the late '60s and '70s.
While the title is meant to hark back
to the superpopular 1980 "Who Shot J.