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use "fetch" in a sentence


Silicon Valley isn't the only place to fetch a desirable tech job.

In the gift shop, jars of sinkhole dirt and rocks fetch $10 apiece.

That and a lot of the main quests were to fetch heavy for my liking.

They're expected to fetch several hundred thousand dollars at auction.

He called on an employee to fetch his keys, lock the doors and remain calm.

A small vial of fetal liver cells, for example, can fetch more than $24,000.

For the last bit, Parker tried to fetch a toboggan, but couldn't dig it free.

When my second wife fell sick and was unable to fetch water, I married a third."

That's what we've done with Fetch box and integrating Netflix into the Fetch box.

It's not clear how much the media center would fetch if sold on the market.

People will not only be able to give CPR, but fetch the nearest defibrillator, he said.

The restaurant does not want them to even have to leave their homes to fetch the chicken.

Not having to fetch water allows children, especially girls, to spend more time in school.

And in the digital age, you no longer have to wrestle the ball from Fido for a game of fetch.

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