under an umbrella of suspicion.
will see the agony over, and the darkness of bitterness, suspicion, hatred and terror scattered in the warm light of tolerance, respect, love and peace.
Do your country one last service and cleanse it of the suspicion that shady figures influenced German policy for years, ... morally discredited.
My suspicion is that on a short-term basis the market was oversold. It got spanked this morning with Nokia from overnight and the free fall (in Nokia stock) has stabilized to come back a point off its low.
on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
On the whole, the common thread is suspicion about profits.
The Australian flyer confirms our original suspicion that we are victims of an imported dirty tricks campaign.
There are weapons that are simply thoughts. For the record, prejudices can kill and suspicion can destroy.
We must not allow the slightest breath of suspicion to arise that we want to quit NATO, ... the business of NATO alone.
Right now the suspicion is a reasonable one. The examinations we've conducted point to the presence of the virus. We haven't yet isolated it.
I've got a sneaking suspicion the oysters would have been good there the last 10 or 15 years.
Judge Nichols denied the motion, finding that Redding did, based on the totality of the circumstance, have reasonable suspicion to detain the car and driver, based on the cracked windshield. This was further supported by the evidence presented.
Bottom line: Accidents happen and there could be a benign explanation, but this is highly irregular and invites suspicion.
We base searches on information that we have. Our test is reasonable suspicion and that's what we use to determine whether we could search a child or not.
My suspicion is they were engaging in a very large fishing expedition. And it had to do with breadth not urgency.
There is such militancy and suspicion within the Sunni Arab community that acceptance (of the election results) on the part of certain leaders would diminish their credibility and, in some cases, place cooperative leaders in very real danger of assassination.