- From Spanish or Italian fido ("faithful") (Wiktionary)
“Designed by Matteo Cibic the Hi-Fido is an audio speaker that use the acoustic properties of ceramic to diffuse hi quality sound with a bass reflex system.”
“Funny, frightening and just a little bit twisted, the multi award winning Fido is now released on DVD by Entertainment In Video, to rent on 9th June and to buy on 23rd June.”
“So basically Fido is a funny, vibrant, colorful, bloody good time with a social commentary.”
“But Fido is part of the family, too, and his needs are just as great as Johnny's.”
“Then he called Fido, and told him how much he wished to give him a collar.”
“I called Fido today to get the $28 plan mentioned above but wasn't successful.”
“I called Fido retentions, was denied, tried again and bingo = ordered a 16GB.”
“Rogers 'sub-label Fido may carry BlackBerries after all, a new leak to BGR indicates.”
“Still not a no-brainer, because after some speculation, about whether my plan was eligible for the most coveted of mobile computing platforms, I called Fido today to find out if I'm eligible for that which must be worshiped and / or bitched about.”
“Updates, 1/30: Robert J Lewis reviewed this one when it screened in Toronto: Fido is certainly gruesome - it'll be a real trick to sell this one as a heartwarming, offbeat comedy (it won't open until March 2007) when there's enough graphic flesh eating to send an unenlightened genre newcomer reaching for the barf bag - but its unique voice is evident in the chemistry between its rich ensemble (none of whom ever ham it up) and their twisted, even kinky, relationships ....”
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