HARKing


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HARKingHypothesizing after the Results Are Known (research)
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Harking back to experience he gained years ago when he helped lease 55 Water Street, just after the 3.8 million s/f downtown goliath had been repositioned and had large vacancy, Bernstein indicated that the initial deal for a building oftentimes can be a catalyst for further activity.
But it was not Sandby's pessimistic reflections on London street life that attracted elite buyers: instead, Wheatley's sanitized ensembles, harking back to Laroon, with hawker and customer both elaborately clad, became the most successful suite of hawkers ever published.
Founders go on harking back to days gone by, clinging anachronistically to the "original concept" and refusing to see that progress requires change.
John Harking, 32,and Seamus McDermott, 31, both from Londonderry, are accused of attacking an air hostess during a flight from Belfast on Friday.