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Synonyms for fetch

Synonyms for fetch

to cause to come along with oneself

to achieve (a certain price)

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Synonyms for fetch

the action of fetching

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be sold for a certain price

take away or remove

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Fetcher said he had been a New London member since June 1, 1983.
The high profile conference speakers at the GCC Government Social Media Summit will include one of the brains behind arguably the most successful social media campaign in history: Adam Fetcher, who steered the 'Obama for America' campaign as a Deputy National Press-Secretary.
The conference speakers at the summit will include Adam Fetcher, who steered the 'Obama for America' campaign as the deputy national press-secretary and Elizabeth Linder, Facebook's politics and government specialist, who will give a 'behind-the-scenes' look at how the company interacts with governments.
At Chelsea I was the fetcher and carrier with greats like Osgood and Cooke around me.
Essai sur la nature du commerce en general, London: Fetcher Gyder, Also edited in an English version, with other material, by Henry Higgs, C,B.
Owner and Director of Operations Matcha Fetcher, who hails from South America, said that while Moroccan oil was not a new discovery, her product stood out from other competitors because of its natural contents.
My ever-faithful friend and fabulous pheasant fetcher, Sosa, is 10 years old but still a pup at heart - always playful, entertaining, emotionally dependent, innocent, infinitely forgiving, and unconditionally loving.
What is the main = 1 if any other source, =2 if source of drinking Tanker Trunk, water fetcher, water for the =3 if river, stream or pond, household?
sCoolWork, labeled by opinion leaders as an app which "has the potential to substantially influence how people in general, and students specifically, process information," is an all-in-one teacher approved app for doing essays and school papers better and faster, using proven guidance, a proprietary smart editor and a built-in content fetcher which seems to completely eliminate the use for searching on Google.
Much Ado About Russian" is the first book in Kerry Rockwood White's Fair Hero series, following Hero Fetcher as she celebrates her thirtieth birthday and finds her life being tangled up in things she never knew were true and soon finds what she doesn't know will kill her.
Pol'y 609, 636 (2004) (arguing that cybersquatting legislation only gives corporations more power to wield against consumers); Domain Fetcher, Oct.
o'Brien, a converted blindside, is a wrecking ball who always breaks the first tackle while Warburton is a fetcher who dominates the breakdown.
DHS spokesman Adam Fetcher declined to answer questions about the cost of the international trips, but noted that the threat the nation faces is transnational, and in a globalized world, efforts to protect the homeland start abroad.
This did not deter him from ventilating his indignation when in August 1865 Canon Fetcher claimed the recent floods and disasters were the result of national sins and, most specifically, the establishment of national schools.
On BCI Fetcher (1981) found elevated leaf temperature in the dry season, but leaf temperature did not differ greatly from air temperature in the rainy season.