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For the 2012 presidential election season, Hark will be hosting topical clips and sound bites from the candidates and related parties
But then, who would have predicted 20 years ago that Tsui Hark would have taken moviegoers to the places he already has?
More than 50 million consumers worldwide visit Hark each month to find their favorite pieces of pop culture content by searching across hundreds of data points, including actor, character, subtitles and many more.
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Mr Anderson's Labour Party has been in Government for over 11 years now, so why hark back to the past?
So my two colleagues and myself started singing Hark the Herald Angels Sing.
Hark Trostle, president, Creative Services, ASC Inc.
In fact, Counterpoint is the first European showing of the World Trade Center scheme and the Ground Zero masterplan and without doubt they stylistically hark back to Libeskind's symbolic and historical interpretation of Berlin's cityscape.
The terms of the agreement will see L&H paying $5m for the rights to BBN's Hark speech engine and toolkit source code.
Partnership Gives Hark Full Access to News Organization's Sound and Photo Library
His current project Hark, Harold the Angel Sings, is now in the funding process.
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