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"Because I want to earn it back, coach," Wahlberg told Harks, who was taken aback by the defining moment.
The M45 also harks back to that era, when performance didn't just come in two-seat sports cars.
"It was a perfect ball and Claudia did a nice job staying composed," said Harks. "She played it simple and tucked it around (the keeper)."
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY - the MINI, above and below, is the subject of a psychedelic colour job that harks back to the 1960s
This special limited edition harks back to the original 1985 bike's blue-and-white colour scheme.
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.
picture harks back to February 1991, when the festivities were in full swing at the newly-opened Barnardo's Centre for women and children in Neville Street, Cardiff.
Rife with bombast and fueled on adrenaline, outrageous coyness, and shameless camp, it harks back to the best and the worst of the "Let's Camp Out" films.
Giving each instalment a chapter title "harks back to the sense of pure fun, imagination and excitement that characterised the classic movie serials and pulp space fantasy adventures that inspired the Star Wars saga," say producers Lucasfilms.
"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.
There is no doubt that Bocchi's posthumous fame harks back to the publication of his Symbolicarum Quaestionum ...
I thought she made a lot of really nice saves," said North coach Brian Harks. "And their entire back line I thought did a really nice job.
THIS summer might well be a complete wash-out, but this photo harks back to that idyllic image of heady days in rural England.