“I have no suspicion that someone at Facebook was making decisions about who has the Golan and gives it to Syria,” he said.
On Wednesday, Carrillo was booked into the city jail on suspicion of manslaughter, and is being held on $25,000 bail.
Scotland Yard confirmed that they had arrested a 19-year-old male on November 26th on suspicion of criminal damage.
Because the irrational anger, suspicion and disrespect Obama inspires in some critics is not unrelated to his race.
No evidence for that charge was required when a suspicion would suffice.
But, save for the faithful Zizi, he could find no one to share his suspicion.
Mrs. Van Geist fixed her niece with a sudden look of suspicion.
There was a little weasel-faced German who excited her suspicion at once.
No suspicion or fear can be rightly directed toward our country.
Now, if there is a great similarity in those prices, suspicion will be aroused.
late 13c., from Anglo-French suspecioun, from Old French suspeçun, sospeçon "mistrust, suspicion" (French soupçon), from Latin suspectionem (nominative suspectio) "mistrust, suspicion, fear, awe," from past participle stem of suspicere "look up at" (see suspect). Spelling in English influenced 14c. by learned Old French forms closer to Latin suspicionem.