suggestive


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sug·ges·tive

(sŭg-jes'tiv),
Relating to suggestion.

suggestive

(sŭg-jes′tĭv)
1. Pert. to or stimulating suggestion.
2. Indicative. Said of certain signs, symptoms or laboratory findings that point toward, but do not completely affirm, a diagnosis.
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A Rochester City Court judge has suppressed witness identification evidence in a misdemeanor criminal trespass case because the procedure used by police was unconstitutionally suggestive. Judge Ellen M.
* Although most teenagers who send sexually suggestive content are sending it to boyfriends and girlfriends, others say they are sending such material to those they want to hook up with or even to someone they only know online.
The original version of the scale was composed by 11 items investigating only receiving, sending or posting provocative or suggestive text messages and pictures (not considering videos).
Often, trademarks fall within one of the below categories, fanciful and arbitrary marks being the strongest, suggestive trademarks falling somewhere in the middle, descriptive trademarks being weaker but sometimes protectable, and generic trademarks being unprotectable under the trademark law.
Facebook has removed suggestive images in the past from peoples' pages.
A TEACHER who sent "sexually suggestive" social media messages to a female pupil will be allowed to return to the classroom, a watchdog ruled.
The militant solon said major retailers should screen its merchandise from suggestive and sexist messages that "are harmful to women and foment violence, bullying, voyeurism, unsafe nonconsensual sex and other antiwomen acts."
Here, the witness had participated in a pretrial identification procedure that is not alleged to have been suggestive, and failed to make a positive identification of the defendant, although she did identify his photograph as one of two that looked like the person she saw at her bedroom door.
Given the above, this study aimed to analyze the effect of different types of brand name (arbitrary, descriptive and suggestive) at different levels of perceived similarity between services (high similarity vs low similarity) and different levels of perceived quality of services (high quality vs low quality) of the parent brand, the consumer evaluations in the context of brand extension.
According to a 2013 report on couples, the internet and social media by Pew Research Center, mobile phone owners who seek love over the web are significantly more likely to receive, send, or forward sexually suggestive photos or videos via mobile phones, than those who do not use dating sites, the Independent reported.
Extracting suggestive sentences from text is valuable for numerous applications in the business, medical, and e-learning environments, among others.