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    1. He ordered his assistant to fetch some over-priced coffee from the nearby Starbucks and contemplated his next big deal, a large painting of Jesus and Lady Julep entwined in a strangely sexless pose


    2. ‘Yes, Stephen, she could pinpoint it pretty well because Henry had put his back out and couldn’t go to fetch the stuff himself once they had finished with it


    3. this on the edge of a chintzy Cotswold village should fetch a whacking price whatever


    4. He'll fetch a good price alright and I could use the money because my house needs redoing


    5. That cargo would fetch a million iron back in Bordzvek


    6. While Yarin went to fetch the jug, another guy came by and started making conversation about the ship


    7. The soldier really did want to see the young lady again, and so the dog was despatched the very next night to fetch her while she slept


    8. As he does this he glances at Ken and motions to him to go and fetch the little toe rag


    9. Bram was delegated to fetch more beer from the cellar, which meant


    10. “Sorry about the delay,” he said “It took longer than I expected to fetch these records


















































































    1. The bartender sighed a wall of bubbles and swam up to the highest shelf, about thirty feet above, where he fetched a crystalline bottle glowing so brightly blue-white that she almost needed sunglasses


    2. His worldly goods fetched a laughable sum, but who would need money on the mountain? He did need good boots, but that was all


    3. that we fetched up in after the chaos of bailiffs and bank debentures


    4. He fetched one of his gardening books from an alcove shelf in the living room and leafed through the sections that showed keen gardeners how to build walls and fill holes with hardcore, and as he read the hints, tips and instructions, Ken realised that his weary bones ached for a change


    5. They went to the store room and fetched the large paint brushes and rags, then went to the wall of the nearest bungalow where their father waited for them to begin the chore


    6. After they were up over George's head with the siding, he fetched the ladder and Harry began levering one end of each plank to within George's reach, and in that way they had soon dried in and insulated the new room


    7. He fetched more pieces of pipe with other odd bits and then pulled away some boards laying on the ground, heretofore unnoticed by anyone, which revealed a trench leading over to the side of the outhouse


    8. Kaitlyn mothered her, read to her, fetched and cleaned her, dressed and bathed her until at last Yolanda was inured to the constant motion of shipboard life


    9. Scotty fetched me the sleeping bag


    10. Harry returned to Clive House, fetched his angling gear and found a comfortable shoal in the Arrow river to wet his line


















































































    1. I’m in the pantry fetching the cereal for them when I hear Liz say quietly


    2. and the fetching and carrying of items from there was, as far as


    3. “You guys could have warned me! Oh, I’m so embarrassed!” She was still blushing, and James found it rather fetching


    4. The man with the horn brought the girls one by one to a small platform at the front of their stage, where she posed and tried to look as fetching as possible


    5. window when he was in the kitchen fetching


    6. fetching water from the communal well near the house,


    7. ” At that, the lad merely nodded, and the fetching servant disappeared in a blink


    8. The gun skittered across the hardwood floor, fetching up against the wall next to the open lounge door


    9. The gun skittered across the hardwood floor, fetching up against the wall next to the open lounge door


    10. - I am just fetching Municantir! she yelled to explain and gestured averting before she continued into the hall


















































































    1. the whaler fetches up under the wall of gray


    2. Bex fetches a box of her Dad's wine from under the stairs when they empty the bottle


    3. With everything packed and the Beretta tucked safely in his jeans, the doctor goes to the kitchen and fetches the last bottle of red wine and two glasses, which he wipes on the bottom of his shirt


    4. "What yer mean, it's no use?" he objected "'Ave yer read what the meat fetches?"


    5. As scrap aluminium, which currently fetches 70 Baht a kilogram, they would be worth 50,000 Baht


    6. “Silly mermaids! How come they don’t keep their big mouth shut which always fetches them trouble? I feel sorry for her half body which totally went a waste,” after he said that both of them switched to their evil laughter


    7. 19 A very little is sufficient for a man well nurtured, and he fetches not his wind short on his bed


    8. the heavens round about, and fetches his course again to his own place in one day


    9. 5 As when a man goes into the wood with his neighbour to hew wood, and his hand fetches a stroke with the axe to cut down the tree, and the head slips from the helve, and alights on his neighbour, so that he die; he shall flee to one of those cities, and live:


    10. 34 O you men are not women strong? Great is the Earth high are the heavens swift is the sun in its course for he encompasses the heavens round about and fetches his course again to his own place in one day























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    fetch in English

    go after get retrieve obtain bring carry lug go for

    Synonyme für "fetch"

    fetch bring convey get bring in go after retrieve obtain carry lug go for