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  • adjective Of or pertaining to radiation, radioactivity or nuclear weapons.

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  • adjective of or relating to radiology

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Examples

  • But it's a separate issue dealing with what they call a radiological weapon.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2002

  • The alternative is the use of FAE (fuel air explosive) technology weapons and neutron bombs (a type of nuclear weapon that produces a higher short term radiological output and less blast output than normal nuclear weapons).

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The alternative is the use of FAE (fuel air explosive) technology weapons and neutron bombs (a type of nuclear weapon that produces a higher short-term radiological output and less blast output than normal nuclear weapons).

    Iran War ~ How It Will Unfold

  • The alternative is the use of FAE (fuel air explosive) technology weapons and neutron bombs (a type of nuclear weapon that produces a higher short term radiological output and less blast output than normal nuclear weapons).

    HISTORICAL INEVITABILITY?

  • And then there's also another subcategory called radiological weapons, or dirty bombs, which are not nuclear weapons, but something that uses fissile material to irradiate people or to contaminate them with nuclear material.

    CNN Transcript Nov 18, 2004

  • But with easier-to-acquire radioactive materials, it could become something called a radiological dispersal weapon, also known as a dirty bomb.

    CNN Transcript Jun 10, 2002

  • But with easier to acquire radioactive materials, it could become something called a radiological dispersal weapon, also known as a dirty bomb, a device that does not create a nuclear explosion, but instead blows radioactive debris over a wide area, a scenario that could render entire city blocks uninhabitable.

    CNN Transcript Jan 24, 2002

  • The ACR recognizes both the immediate and longer term radiological needs in H.iti and we hope this fund will provide relief as the people of H.iti seek to recover from the devastation "said James H. Thrall, MD, chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors.

    Media Newswire

  • The ACR recognizes both the immediate and longer term radiological needs in H.iti and we hope this fund will provide relief as the people of H.iti seek to recover from the devastation "said James H. Thrall, MD, chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors.

    Media Newswire

  • I mean, right now, we have this very vague allegation that he might be planning some kind of radiological bomb attack against the United States, but the government hasn ` t produced any evidence ...

    CNN Transcript Jul 7, 2005

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