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There is no antidote - and that has made the Marburg virus a prime candidate for biological warfare.
There is no antidote — and that has made the Marburg virus a prime candidate for biological warfare.
If the virus is ever deployed as biological warfare, the fruit bat's super-immunity may hold the answer to preventing its spread.
This was the start of Pontiac’s War, a series of sieges and battles that lasted a full year and ended with the British using smallpox blankets to commit biological warfare against the natives.
Natalie Portman spearheads a troupe of scientists into The Shimmer—an iridescent bubble which is raging trippy biological warfare in Florida, splicing DNA and messing with the minds and memories of all who enter.
Members of a multiagency law-enforcement task force sent into Rajneeshpuram after Rajneesh’s press conference found evidence of an extensive wiretapping operation and an apparent biological warfare laboratory.
There is a killer bug buzzing around Australia which scientists are breeding as a biological warfare agent.
Oleg, an idealist, committed treason in season four to protect the world from biological warfare.
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BIOLOGICAL WARFARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of biological warfare for English Language Learners
: the use of harmful living things (such as germs that cause disease) as weapons in a war
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