• Ms. AWOONEY: No matter when these men go out to fetch for firewood, or when they go to the (unintelligible) that is when they use to get them.

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  • That will mean girls will spend longer walking to fetch water which could encourage them to drop out of school and bear children earlier.

    ECONOMIST: Africa's population

  • With a limited amount of credits and no cap on the price a credit can fetch, the market would be left to figure out the most economic way to provide cleaner electricity (which these days would be to build a natural gas power plant).

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  • Financial sponsor-backed initial public offerings have jumped in the last few weeks, according to Dealogic, an indication that private equity firms are cashing out of their investments while they can still fetch top dollar.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • They left out works put up for auction that failed to fetch their reserve price—the auctioneer's lowest acceptable bid for the work.

    ECONOMIST: The art market

  • If it's your own dining room you're standing in and you wish to sell your property, they can give you an honest assessment of what it would fetch on the rental market if you opt to lease it out instead.

    FORBES

  • If you can figure out a way to get breathable oxygen from moon rocks, that will fetch a quarter-million-dollar price.

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  • In the past, darting outside unclothed to, say, fetch the newspaper meant you ran the risk of the door shutting behind you, leaving you locked out in the buff.

    FORBES: Cruel World Laughs At Naked Floridian Woman Caught by Google Street View Cameras

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