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  • n. Alternative spelling of weaponisation.

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Examples

  • Canadians are not wasting their time wallowing over the demise of cold war arms control; they are worried that the Rumsfeld Pentagon's missile defense efforts might damage future great power relations and might also result in the near-term weaponization of space - a prospect that most countries, including Canada, find highly objectionable.

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  • Another Western diplomat confirmed the agreement, adding that the assessment was based on the assumption that Tehran would need at least six months to purify its uranium stocks to weapons-grade level and another 12 months for "weaponization" - building the actual nuclear weapon.

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  • The mission has resurrected fears about the so-called weaponization of space.

    Space Weapons Spat

  • "I don't know how this could be called weaponization of space," said Gary Payton, deputy undersecretary for space programs.

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  • "I don't know how this could be called a weaponization of space," Payton told reporters at the time.

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  • The expression of concern over the "weaponization" of enriched uranium is a first for the agency.

    Iran Enriches Nuclear Fuel, Says IAEA

  • The only thing that Tehran was said by the NIE to have stopped was "weaponization," the design of an actual warhead.

    Avoiding Another Intelligence Failure on Iran

  • Regarding "weaponization," he stated that "they continue to work on designs in that area."

    Avoiding Another Intelligence Failure on Iran

  • U.S. spy services estimated Iran halted outright "weaponization" work in 2003 but also said it continued efforts to master technology applicable to yielding nuclear explosives.

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  • "Truthfully, I don't know how this could be called 'weaponization' of space," Payton said.

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