hearken to


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See: heed, note, notice
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And if those clues weren't enough, there is a trail of corpses from Chechnya to London, as well as Putin's Soviet-style foreign and domestic policies that hearken to Brezhnev and Andropov, if not Stalin.
Hearken to a spot of home-spun wisdom dispensed at a Wirral hairdresser where the clientele were discussing the ideal qualities they look for in men.
The noise lasted for several minutes, during which, that he might hearken to it with the more satisfaction, Fortunato ceased his labors and sat down upon the bones.
Now that the heavy lifting is behind him, Mays is setting the tone for the Fords of the future, even though some of these hearken to the past.
To win back people's hearts and soles, Keds has kicked off a $9 million advertising blitz, blanketing prime-time TV and retail floors nationwide with images that hearken to Keds' glory days.
In God's own words, "Pharaoh shall not hearken to you [Moses]; that my wonders may be multiplied in the land of Egypt" (11:9).