watchlist

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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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But unlike existing apps with watchlists, which never change after the user adds to them, Legit's watchlist continuously updates and sorts based on important factors like friends' opinions, overall popularity, and in the near future, key events like season premieres and when the content is available to rent, buy or watch.
Also Wednesday, Oregon tight end Johnny Mundt and center Matt Hegarty were also named to watchlists for the Mackey Award and Rimington Award, respectively.
Combining shared video, search, and face recognition enables customers to instantly query a suspect against historical archives in both internal and shared watchlists of criminals, and the addition of the CrimeDex database instantly augments internal watchlists.
did it cover transportation-sector employees affected by watchlists.
At the moment airlines are responsible for checking passenger names against watchlists given to them by the government, reports The Associated Press.
Semagix's CIRAS technology is unique in being able to infer relationships across huge volumes of data sourced from CRM applications, external watchlists, and other sources to discover pertinent information that pierces the individual or corporate veil.
For the second Fall TV season in a row, eight of the top 10 new shows added to users' Watchlists were picked up for full seasons.
by foreign terrorists can best be stopped by knowing who they are ahead of time through the hard, tedious process of watchlisting, and making those watchlists available to the right frontline officers in real time.
The US government is reportedly consolidating terrorist watchlists to help law enforcement agencies.
More than 500,000 people already have created Watchlists on TVGuide.
view each other's Watchlists, which means investors can share their
New tool from Interthinx checks loan participants against multiple watchlists --