jeremiah

Joined: September 11, 2009  (email not validated)

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Fetch Referring to People?

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Re: Please be advised....  •  August 12, 2010, 4:42am  •  0 vote

I hear this used a lot by police and military (real life and movies, tv, etc). "Be advised, the suspect has turned left and is traveling at a high rate of speed." Seems completely unnecessary.

Re: Fetch Referring to People?  •  September 11, 2009, 6:54am  •  0 vote

@Glynn, i think it is about the definition. The "go fetch" you issue to a dog is not the only meaning or usage of the word. And to clarify, the original argument was with using the word fetch in ref