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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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Following the performance there is an invitation for audience members to stay behind to share stories of women they know, or know of, who have also been Bonnie Fetchers.
I was told it's all still in discovery," Fetcher said.
Craig Fetcher answered tax questions from Univision viewers in Sacramento on April 14 .
Armitage, whose positions include self-proclaimed `dogs-body,' fetcher, carrier and occasional greenmower, praised the work of greenkeeper Neil Kewley, whose efforts have been rewarded with the top final.
JOHN McVEIGH (capt): Every team needs a journeyman, a fetcher and carrier to break things up and give the ball to the good guys and let them play.
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So when Jay Fetcher, a rancher and president of the association's Routt County chapter, received the American Land Conservation Award at the National Land Trust Rally last year, more than a few eyebrows were raised.
Based on its performance without added nutrients, Fetcher et al.
Rogin shows, for example, that the major black star of the day, Steppin' Fetcher, perpetuated the blackface image written by whites.
During this stage, the instruction fetcher retrieves two instructions at a time from the instruction cache (regardless of alignment), unless the address points to the last word of a cache line, in which case only a single word is returned.
there's no strong sense of crisis" presently about the supply of available engineers, according to Alan Fetcher, Executive Director of The Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel at the National Research Council.
My new veterinarian performed allergy tests and said Fetcher is allergic to St.
He looked a runner rather than a fetcher, but I find it hard to come to a conclusion on a player in such a short period of time.