Harks sentence example

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  • harks back to the sponsors of the 1981 event: Famous Grouse whiskey.
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  • This again harks back to the key theme of data integration.
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  • In addition to providing extra warmth, the capelet, whether just over the shoulders or hanging nearly to the waist, harks back to another era and makes a girl feel more like a princess.
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  • More often than not, it's something that harks back to history, with a touch of the exotic and erotic.
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  • The company's philosophy harks back to a time when everything was made with care and quality.
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  • It is an all-leather sandal that has a slightly 1970s quality and, echoing some sandals of the '70s, harks back to the Roman era as well.
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  • While cheerleading and dancing has taken on a new life form of performing arts and athleticism, the yell crew harks back to the roots of cheerleading.
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  • Sam's role harks back to a time in which master and servant had well-defined spheres and in which servants absorbed the status and values of their masters, rejoicing in their successes and commiserating at their failures.
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  • It harks back to experimental pioneers such as Morton Feldman; it has the austerity of an electronic piece made fron tone generators.
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