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watchlist

(ˈwɒtʃˌlɪst)
n
1. a list of things to be monitored, esp in order to prevent loss, damage, etc
2. a list of people or organizations to be kept under surveillance, esp because they are suspected of wrongdoing: terrorist watchlist.
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Of the nine arrested, three were on the police drug watch list, according to a report to Quezon City District Director Chief Supt.
He assured that having Pakistan's name on the watch list would not affect the economy or any foreign investment.
The United States earlier this month put forward a motion to place Pakistan on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) watch list.
In view of all these measures, including Pakistan's name in watch list of financial action task force is highly regretful and it's a denial from America of Pakistan's sacrifices in fight against terrorism.
We have therefore decided that we want to place Pakistan on an international watch list.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan has asked the United States why India was not on Washington's 'special watch list on the issue of religious freedom' despite unending bloodshed in held Kashmir and grave violation of minorities' rights, diplomatic sources said.
Most affected by the State Bank of Pakistan's blocking of accounts were government servants on the police watch list or fourth schedule of ATA 1997 as they were not allowed to withdraw money from banks.
4 billion - have either become problematic or put on watch list due to implementation delays, reveals a latest portfolio review that has again highlighted governance issues in Pakistan.
com)-- G-Cube has been included in TrainingIndustry's prestigious Outsourcing Companies watch list 2017.
In May's Views, News & Reviews I read legislation sponsored to keep individuals on the terrorist watch list from buying firearms was gleefully defeated.
Linebacker Derrick Malone and defensive end Tony Washington also made the Nagurski watch list.
A total of 37 countries are on either the Watch List or the Priority Watch List; those on the Priority Watch List, USTR says, "will be the subject of particularly intense bilateral engagement during the coming year.