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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fetch.


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  • A work by abstract artist Clyfford Still being sold to fund a museum in his name fetched an artist's record of $61.7 million US at auction Wednesday in New York.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • This, Author-friends, is the first book the wee infant Rejectionist ever fetched from the Adult Fiction Shelves of our local library, which were appropriately located in a dimly lit and somewhat cavernous back room, and we remember very distinctly the sense of Import we felt pulling this extraordinary volume off the towering shelf with our tiny hands.


  • He said I could look at the photocopies but not the books, he had initially fetched from the shelves, in relation to my query.

    Backwards trend in Library « Cork Genealogist

  • Lower camp: the water has to be fetched from a pump for cooking and drinking.

    Work Camp 10911 GW

  • Because I find it far-fetched from a geo-physical standpoint to believe that humanity has the ability to obliterate such a massive body of rock as our planet.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Climate and Religious Fundamentalism

  • To complete it all, Clara fetched from the cabin an ukulele of boa wood that was the twin to Saxon's, and together they sang


  • In addition, during a benefit auction the night before the spring game, three dinner dates with basketball coach Frank Martin fetched $17,500 apiece.

    Around the Big12 Conference

  • I do not know, save that it was centuries before the wide-spreading drift of all us Sons of the Mountain fetched into India, and that it was long before ever I was an Aryan master in Old Egypt building my two burial places and defacing the tombs of kings before me.

    Chapter 21

  • How far-fetched is it to think that such textual effects might, in turn, even go some way toward acclimating us, at least by analogy, to the always estranged — no matter how intimately engaged — habitus of the Other?

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • There was no refrigeration, every drop of water was fetched from the neighborhood faucet, all cooking took place on a two-burner gas stove, and baking was done in a wood-fired oven.

    Archive 2007-11-01


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