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Hearkener
Hearkener Heark"en*er, n. One who hearkens; a listener.

Meaning of Hearken from wikipedia

- clown," shunning 21st century modern clown characteristics and instead hearkening back to 18th century aesthetics with "upgrades"." Jeremy Ray Taylor as...
- "Hearken Unto Me, Ye Holy Children" is an anthem composed by Maurice Greene in 1728. The first performance was probably given on 1 March 1728 at the King's...
- (the Brandos, the Deans, the Clifts), whereas Hoffman's acting seems to hearken back to the controlled, elusive manner of the previous half (many have...
- and green waistcoat, topped by a purple overcoat, stylistic choices that hearken back to the era of New Romanticism. His shoes have an upward swoop at the...
- Klux Klan made frequent references to America's "Anglo-Saxon" blood, hearkening back to 19th-century nativism. Although members of the KKK swear to uphold...
- were also present. Some of those in favor of the execution wore T-shirts hearkening to Gacy's previous community services as a clown and bearing satirical...
- medicine. In some cases, these services clustered around institutions that hearkened back to Illinois's earlier economies. For example, the Chicago Mercantile...
- Retrieved 2009-08-30. Morris, Errol (August 8, 2012). "Hear, All Ye People; Hearken, O Earth (Part One)". The New York Times. Retrieved 10 August 2012. Vincent...
- physical manner led to the cultivation of his 'big' acting style, which hearkened back to his cl****ical theatre training and would become his trademark;...
- southern edge of the Sahara Desert. [...] contemporary conflicts often hearken back to an older history in which blackness could be equated with slavery...
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