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While consumers today have many different options for adding fragrance to their homes, including electric plug-ins, diffusers, scent disks, sprays, potpourris, incense and bed linen sprays, candles alone are multi-sensory, imparting both scent to the home and a beautiful, romantic glow that hearkens back to an earlier time," pointed out Pam Danziger, president of Unity Marketing.
But now the term is considered one of honor that hearkens back to the first ``colored'' cavalry.
Sleek, compact and powerful, these machines have steadily replaced many lattice boom cranes whose design hearkens back to the Civil War era.
The paint treatment, created exclusively by PPG for the vehicle, hearkens back to the 1950s, when two-tune schemes were the rage in the U.
The residential learning community movement is an old trend reborn; one that hearkens back to a short-lived program at the University of Wisconsin in the 1920s.
Finally, Winter Blossoms hearkens back to the Victorian era with glass balls, floral accents, and angels in pink, lavender and green.
At least there's no chance of that happening in good old fair-play Britain - unless Chris Tarrant hearkens back to his days on children's programme Tiswas and starts throwing custard pies at the contestants on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
The show obviously hearkens back to situation comedies like Father Knows Best, which was also set in a town called Springfield.
Cappuccino in a cardboard cup may be the current trendy treat, but at these three classic soda fountains in San Francisco, indulgence hearkens back to slower, sweeter times.
While not a sequel, "Baby Boy" hearkens back to many of the themes in his first pie, Col's "Boyz N the Hood" (1991).
His insistence on the human rights and civic duties of the freedmen is steeped in the ideals of the classic eighteenth-century philosophical thought; his tautological invocation of the nation-fatherland hearkens back both to Herder and to the Unionist Civil War rhetoric of the common nation.
Alternately alluring and confounding, The Loss of Sexual Innocence hearkens back to all those obsessive early nouvelle-vague efforts of Alain Resnais and Jean-Luc Godard, the ones that sent our parents fleeing to some diner afterward to argue over coffee and cake whether it was fabulous or a piece of shit.