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fech

  • n  the action of fetching
  • v  go or come after and bring or take back
    The dog fetched the hat
  • v  be sold for a certain price
    The old print fetched a high price at the auction
  • v  take away or remove
    The devil will fetch you!

  • More of a corporate showpiece than an actual product (on the market it would fetch about as much as a BMW), Qrio can walk uphill, sing, dance, wave hello, wiggle its fingers and .
  • She tells Tip (whose name means "heavenly light") and Lek (meaning "small") to fetch their chips.
  • Everything is organized in one place, and the itinerator will fetch weather forecasts and maps, so you'll be totally prepared.
News & Articles

  • HTC applies for 'Fetch' trademark, tracking device passes through Taiwan's NCC
    Just what the heck is the HTC Fetch? Well, it's certainly not a phone. In fact, it appears to be some sort of tracking device according to a filling with Taiwan's NCC . Unfortunately, beyond some broad strokes describing the device in a US trademark filing, we're left with only our imagination to figure out how the Fetch might work. Apparently it's a "portable multifunction electronic tracking ...
    June 14, 2013 - Engadget
  • Report: Globetrotters for sale, could fetch $100M
    The Harlem Globetrotters are being sold and could fetch anywhere between $50 million and $100 million, reports Reuters . The team has been owned by a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, Shamrock Capital Advisors, since 2005. The process is in the second round according to sources.
    June 13, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • Report: Harlem Globetrotters are for sale
    The Harlem Globetrotters are being sold and could fetch anywhere between $50 million and $100 million, reports Reuters . The team has been owned by a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, Shamrock Capital Advisors, since 2005. The process is in the second round according to sources.
    June 13, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
Quotes

  • Kevin Keegan in Independent
    I haven't got a problem with him [Martins],Keegan said. "I wouldn't be happy to fetch a player off and then seeing them doing cartwheels and being pleased to come off. You've seen it with Robbie Keane as well the other night. I like that...
  • Yasser Arafat in Reuters
    It is an adventure to get out of your house to fetch a kilo of tomatoes or something,said Abu Yasser, a father of four.
  • Sidi Ould Cheikh Abdallahi in AFP
    The president has just been arrested by a commando, who came to fetch him, arrested him here and took him away,the president's daughter, Amal Mint Cheikh Abdallahi, told Radio France International from the presidential palace in Nouakchott.

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