Harking sentence example

harking
  • harking back, aimed at people who remember those times.
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  • Indeed, some gutter level tabloids are still harking on about Fergie being pushed out this summer.
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  • So I'm also harking back to an age of classic songwriting.
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  • We are not harking back to some mythical bygone age of policing.
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  • This is not a result of some nostalgic harking back to a golden age of municipal socialism.
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  • While girls' dresses might be solid prints, the girls were always painted or photographed with flowers, harking back to traditional rites of welcoming spring, when girls and even boys wore flowers around their heads.
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  • This show that premiered in 1992 is jam packed with dysfunctional drama, harking back in a way to PBS' An American Family.
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