spot someone

spot someone

verb
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Can you spot someone you know beneath the make-up and ghoulish costumes?
CUNA, WOCCU Issue CU Selfie Challenge: Spot someone you know in Denver?
Trust supporter Karen James, who is now in remission from cancer, said: "It's relatively easy to spot someone undergoing treatment for cancer, especially chemotherapy treatment, as they are likely to have suffered the loss of all their hair.
So it was so refreshing to spot someone who had definitely made the effort walking through town the other day, The guy was wearing a shirt, tie, smart suit and topped it off with a trilby
Maybe she was savvy enough to spot someone trying to raise their own profile under the guise of fake concern.
6 million customers transferred to TSB will jump ship if they spot someone with a better offering.
However, if you spot someone with a blue frog in their fish tank, ask them where they got it from.
The Chain of Drowning Survival illustrates the steps they should take when they spot someone in distress in the water: recognize the signs of someone trouble and shout for help; rescue and remove the person from water without putting yourself in danger; call emergency medical services; begin rescue breathing and CPR, and use an AED if available and transfer care to advanced life support, if needed.
Gun owners with licenses must roam lonely spots like bus stands each night and if they spot someone harassing a woman, they should use their weapon to stop the crime," the federal administrator said in a speech, AFP reported.
If you spot someone you know simply call Northumbria Police on 101 ext 69191 or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 with information.
Det Insp Neil Postins said in just the past five months 675 instances of fraud had been reported to the force "The whole point of the event is to arm business leaders with the knowledge of how to spot someone who is approaching them with criminal intent, and what to do about it," he added.
We would also urge parents to explain to their children about the dangers of playing on ice and that if they spot someone in the water, not to go in after them, but to contact the emergency services instead.
One thing that sends hackles up and down my spine is when I pull into the parking lot of my local King Soopers and I spot someone sprinting from their car to the store entrance from a "handicapped parking spot.
Particularly if you're me, rather than, say, Marian Keyes, whose books are so ubiquitous you'd be hard pressed to find any female reading situation (a beach, say, or a hairdressers, or a well appointed cloakroom) and NOT spot someone with her nose in one.
If people spot someone carrying a knife they can text the person's name, school and age to 88551 in confidence.