Goodfellow) had induced him to make every hypothesis which imagination could suggest, by way of endeavoring to account for what appeared suspicious
in the circumstances that told so seriously against Mr.
Casaubon's power of suspicious
construction into exasperated activity.
However, he finally persuaded Usanga to bide his time for a few more days of instruction, but in the suspicious
mind of the Negro there was a growing conviction that the white man's advice was prompted by some ulterior motive; that it was in the hope of escaping with the machine himself by night that he refused to admit that Usanga was entirely capable of handling it alone and therefore in no further need of help or instruction, and so in the mind of the black there formed a determination to outwit the white man.
You thought, Geraldine, that I was narrow and suspicious
When they were directly in line with the windmill, as near to the shore as to the ship, and nearer the shore than we had ever allowed them before, they grew suspicious
He is perfectly well aware that the nature of our vocation makes us suspicious
of all newcomers, and he, therefore, desires to give you practical proof that he is to be depended on, by making half-a-crown immediately, and sending the same up, along with our handiwork, directed in his own handwriting, to our estimable correspondents in London.
The nobles, both in the larger and the smaller rooms, grouped themselves in camps, and from their hostile and suspicious
glances, from the silence that fell upon them when outsiders approached a group, and from the way that some, whispering together, retreated to the farther corridor, it was evident that each side had secrets from the other.
Putting this nonsense aside, I have observed a suspicious
tendency in the champions to divide into two parties; the one, contending that there are no deserving Poor who prefer death by slow starvation and bitter weather, to the mercies of some Relieving Officers and some Union Houses; the other, admitting that there are such Poor, but denying that they have any cause or reason for what they do.
said Wardle; 'for a case in which there's nothing suspicious
, this looks rather queer--eh, Pickwick?
The tea-things, including a bottle of rather suspicious character and a cold knuckle of ham, were set forth upon a drum, covered with a white napkin; and there, as if at the most convenient round-table in all the world, sat this roving lady, taking her tea and enjoying the prospect.
which, that everything about her might be of a stout and comfortable kind, was a breakfast cup) to her lips, and that having her eyes lifted to the sky in her enjoyment of the full flavour of the tea, not unmingled possibly with just the slightest dash or gleam of something out of the suspicious bottle--but this is mere speculation and not distinct matter of history--it happened that being thus agreeably engaged, she did not see the travellers when they first came up.
activity could be a person watching the Edwards gates, someone videotaping or taking notes in the same place day after day, or someone who strikes up a conversation and asks questions about the base.
The five federal financial institutions supervisory agencies -- the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Administration, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Office of Thrift Supervision, together with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) -- issued on June 19, 2000, a newly revised Suspicious
Activity Report (SAR) form.
1 gives families the peace of mind that they are not only protected from unwanted content, but they are also able to easily clean their computers and to stay safe from suspicious
sites that are trying to obtain their personal information.
person/motor vehicle, suspicious
black minivan in area, possibly looking into garage, unfounded, 88 Lamplighter Drive