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Built in 7.62 and 6.5 Creedmoor the 2019 REPR MKII will ship in a Side Charge configuration harkening back to the original REPR MKI.
Harkening back to school days, Penshoppe's Pre-Holiday 2018 collection is a playful clash of old meets new.
The single sword will thus make its reappearance, harkening back to the time when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto contested elections for the first and second time in 1970 and 1977, respectively.
Students of her work will recognize the graphic themes that preoccupied her throughout her career, like the continuous angular line of Red Meander (both a 1954 weaving and a pair of prints from 1969-71) and the series of drawings of elegant (though much-erased and redrawn) stringlike lines intersecting as loose knots, harkening back to gouaches from the 1940s and prints from the 1960s.
Harkening back to the magic and lessons learned from classic fairy tales, "Piece By Piece" imaginative tale reminds readers of all ages of the importance of pursuing one's dreams and following one's heart.
The story is told by an Iraqi dog named "Leader," harkening back to traditions of storytelling from the perspectives of animals.
The final chapters discuss queer politics as entwined with feminism and anti-capitalism, and harkening back to the original use of the word oqueero when, synonymous with gay, it connoted rebellion and culture-bending.
In his statement, al-Lahham extolled the achievements of the October War, harkening back to the days when Arab armies were united against Israeli occupation, while now some Arab regimes chose to make new enemies and turned to funding and arming terrorists in Syria in service of Israel.
There's a classic metal feel about songs such as "Waves'' and "Deadly Are the Words,'' harkening back to the Judas Priest era, and the crisp and stentorian vocals give each song both clarity and power.
First reaction is it seems like a good idea - harkening back to a more simple trading time and providing something of a service to people who find it difficult to walk too far from their homes.
In one of the case studies appearing in this issue, Jason Clark likens his BookMeUp app to a mobile reader's advisory service, harkening back to the early 20th century to make a point about how libraries can continue to serve readers in the mobile age.