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suspicious

adjective Referring to an abnormality that suggests the presence of a lesion (e.g., a tumour) or a condition (e.g., diabetes mellitus).

suspicious

adjective Referring to the consideration of a particular disorder–eg, cancer, as a diagnostic possibility, as in 'suspicious for malignancy'
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"Officers were deployed to the scene but we received a call a short time later to say that the briefcase had been left there by accident and was no longer believed to be suspicious.
Secret Service officials cleared the suspicious package, which was found near Madison & Penn.
Also, the firm's automated surveillance system to monitor for potentially suspicious money movements was not properly implemented, according to FINRA.
Suspicious person/motor vehicle, spoken to, sent on his way, Parker Rd./Dewey Rd.
CoreLogic reported that 12 percent of suspicious short-sale resales occurred less than 30 days after the original short sale through the second quarter of 2013.
The AML law had obligated the reporting requirements in relation to any suspicious transactions to banks, other financial, commercial and economic entities which includes insurance companies and brokers, he said.
Of 172 ultrasounds done on patients with positive tumor markers, 41% had suspicious findings, 10% had equivocal findings, and 49% were normal.
US air marshals onboard the flight thought the 12 male Indian citizens aged 25-35, reportedly dressed in traditional South Asian clothing, were acting in a suspicious manner.
* Insurers are required to report suspicious transactions totaling at least $5,000 and involving a covered product.
Reports required of MSBs usually fall into two categories: currency transaction reports and suspicious activity reports.