- v listen; used mostly in the imperative
- Many Iraqis--not all of them Sunni--hark nostalgically back to the dictatorship, pointing out that for all the terrors Saddam visited upon his people, at least there were no .
- In an age when bored billionaires use hi-tech gadgetry to get their names in the record books, Fontenoys feats hark back to a simpler time of personal strength, resilience and .
- Their conflicted roles in the current strike hark back to a less well remembered labor battle of nearly three decades ago.
- Roger Moorhouse in Reuters Canada
The plot was a chink of light in a very dark episode,said British historian Roger Moorhouse. "Something which modern Germany can hark back to and say: 'Look, we weren't all bad'. It's a part of the moral make-up of post-war Germany."