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In the case of pandemics or biological warfare, there will probably be a surge in demand for important goods and a simultaneous disruption of production and delivery.
Sensitive Homeland Security documents based on drills for a biological warfare attack at the Super Bowl were found by a CNN staffer in the seatback of a commercial plane, the media outlet reported.
In the case of pandemics or biological warfare, there will likely be both a surge in demand for important goods and a simultaneous disruption of production and delivery.
The elder Olson was a bacteriologist and biological warfare specialist working who plunged to his death after being given LSD by the CIA.
It's set several decades from now, long after a breakdown in the global order brought an end to the nation-state and climate change and biological warfare killed hundreds of millions.
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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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