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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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Suspicious person/motor vehicle, solicitors in area, checked area, unfounded, 48 Topsfield Circle
The report noted that the percentage of suspicious short sales flipped for more than $50,000 has slightly decreased during the period of 2012 to second-quarter 2013.
A suspicious suitcase that triggered an alert at Miami International Airport on Thursday turned out to contain a portable music player, a large battery and a bar of soap, police said.
Since insurance companies must know their distribution sources, it is essential that their sales forces establish appropriate compliance and suspicious activity reporting systems.
In most cases, SARs must be filed no later than 30 calendar days after the date that the suspicious activity occurred.
A client listing a cellular phone instead of a home phone could be deemed suspicious, as could someone opening an account far from their listed home address.
The cease and desist order issued by the Federal Reserve Board requires improvements in the banking organization's Bank Secrecy Act compliance and suspicious activity monitoring and reporting programs, a review of previous transactions to ensure that all SARs have been filed, as required, and enhancements to internal controls and management oversight.
In a second study, pairs of radiologists on Destounis' team first performed 18,586 new mammograms and identified more than 400 that were suspicious enough to require biopsies.
A basic kit includes handbooks for identifying suspicious criminal activity, stickers, signs, and decals.
Until now, while obliged to report any suspicious activities that come to their notice, banks have not been required to go searching for such activities.