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While states have reported isolated incidents of suspicious voting, the number of affected votes numbers in the dozens across the country.
Spears’s fans have been suspicious of her conservatorship for as long as it has existed.
Democrats were far more likely than Republicans to vote early, and that made for a whiplashing election night that left voters confused and, in some cases, suspicious.
City Heights resident Francisco Gonzalez, 51, was suspicious of the Measure E campaign’s motives.
If you feel up to it, respectfully providing context or skepticism in response to one of your friends’ suspicious posts can help to slow the spread of a false narrative.
The comments section will often do a lot of the work in determining whether something is true or not by pointing to alternative sources, and it can be a fast, easy way to see if the post has been flagged by others as suspicious or misleading.
There was a report of a “suspicious person” and when police arrived a woman said she was “walking in the area” when a man followed her inside a business.
When we first found out this was the Finals matchup, I was suspicious of the Lakers’ shooting — and I had faith in Miami’s.
HOW CAN MIAMI GET BACK INTO THE NBA FINALS?CHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 8, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
I’m strongly suspicious of using testosterone cream as I saw it labeled in test results for Galen Rupp before.
The government similarly alleged that the executives had failed to establish anti-money laundering practices, such as collecting user identity information and reporting suspicious transactions, required under the Bank Secrecy Act.

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