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  • n. Plural form of pandemic.

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Examples

  • Our agenda also encompassed pressing non-traditional security issues, such as the response to major pandemics, which is another area in which each of our three countries is committed to building on the already significant contribution we have made to regional security.

    Joint Statement Australia-Japan-United States

  • "Hospitals need to plan for long-term pandemics instead of short-term things like the flu.

    Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles

  • Simply put, the Swine Flu is the latest in a long line of over-hyped illnesses and so-called pandemics that have done little more than send the world into a paranoid frenzy.

    Latest Articles

  • CGI participants are expected not just to discuss problems such as pandemics or Haiti's earthquake tragedy but to make concrete commitments to address them.

    5 Myths about Davos

  • In addition to the continuing threat from al Qaeda, the report names several other top security threats, including cyberattacks by another country, terrorists or organized crime, which it says "have a potentially devastating real-world effect"; international military crises; and major domestic natural hazards, such as pandemics and flooding.

    Al Qaeda Remains Top Threat, U.K. Officials Say

  • In addition to the continuing threat from al Qaeda, the country's new National Security Strategy names several other top security threats, including cyber attacks by another country, terrorists or organized crime, which it says "have a potentially devastating real-world effect"; international military crises; and major domestic natural hazards, such as pandemics and flooding.

    World Watch

  • One thing to keep in mind, however, is that in previous 'pandemics', the flu started in the spring, then went away, only to resurface as a much more virulent version later.

    The Obligatory Flu Post

  • Marine base in Okinawa will be important, as will new areas of cooperation to respond to transnational challenges such as pandemics and climate change.

    Asia's Military Balance at a Tipping Point

  • There is an acknowledgment of possible risks, such as pandemics or North Korean nukes.

    Global Investor: Off The Radar: The No. 1 Risk

  • Many are dying because of all those kind of pandemics, HIV, malaria, poverty, not going to school.

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