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Even for an industry that never met a hit title it wasn’t ready to remake, revive, reimagine or reboot, this constant harkening back to the shows people in their 30s and 40s watched as kids feels egregious.
And now you shall hear how it befell Sir Tristram thereafter; so harken to what followeth.
But General Ward was too conservative a soldier to harken to any such daring plan.
Without in the entrance of the crypt some great-lunged fanatic was calling the multitude to harken to the prophetess.
THE CITY OF DELIGHTELIZABETH MILLER
Harken now and I will tell thee how thou mightst give him the deathly stroke through the coils of his mail.
Harken also to Solomon, and beware of hasty gathering of riches: Qui festinat ad divitias, non erit insons.
God is concerned only with matters spiritual and will not harken to our prayers for earthly benefits.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
So it came about that any advocate could usually find an audience to harken to his arguments for his pet selection.
WHEN THE WEST WAS YOUNGFREDERICK R. BECHDOLT
Harken unto me, for I speak as a prophet; I speak as the mighty prophet of my father's father—what was his name?
ISTAR OF BABYLONMARGARET HORTON POTTER
To harken to each ring of the telephone bell, in the hope that, if it is not the idolized voice, it is at least a message from it?
BAB: A SUB-DEBMARY ROBERTS RINEHART

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