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  • n. any weapon designed to be used in biological warfare

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  • n. any weapon usable in biological warfare


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  • In her April charges, she noted that Baxter's lab in Austria, one of the supposedly most secure biosecurity labs in the world, did not adhere to the most basic and essential steps to keep 72 kilos of a pathogen classified as a bioweapon secure and separate from all other substances under stringent biosecurity level regulations, but it allowed it to be mixed with the ordinary human flu virus and sent from its facilities in Orth in the Donau.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • She is concerned that hawks will exaggerate bioweapon fears to justify wars.

    When Death Came Hand-Delivered

  • * HIV-positive Michigan man to be tried as bioweapon.

    Behold, the Mother of All Saturday Linkdumps! « Gerry Canavan

  • Look, it wouldn't be 24 without a half-dozen plotholes that you could drive an Oprah through, but the fact that there's a stem cell treatment (even if it is experimental) for those exposed brand new and heretofore unseen bioweapon is a bit much.

    24: Garofalo lives to annoy another day

  • No bioweapon aimed at the lactose intolerant need be feared by the Basques!

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More Interesting DNA Information

  • An elite military unit has to grapple with codes and ciphers to find an antidote to a bioweapon

    2009 August 13 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Combining terrorist high-school exchange students from county like China except some with Hungarian names like Tibor and Magda, plot with bioweapon to murder many Americans at science fair in Washington.

    2009 August 10 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Moving to consider a world of different communities, we might think of a liberal society as the memetic equivalent of a bioweapon, or alternatively, as a kind of complex organism with a two stage reproduction cycle.

    Liberalism as Immune System & Bioweapon

  • Died: William Patrick, 84, bioweapon pioneer who turned to defending against them.

    What's News: World-Wide

  • After helping destroy the U.S. bioweapon-making capacity in the early 1970s, Mr. Patrick went to work on germ-warfare defenses for the Army.

    Bioweapons Pioneer in the Cold War Era


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