biological warfare

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Synonyms for biological warfare

the use of bacteria or viruses or toxins to destroy men and animals or food

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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Head of Iran's Civil Defense Organization Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali said that the US wages biological wars in the world in a bid to achieve huge financial interests.
The original version of today's I Am Legend starred Charlton Heston as the only survivor of a biological war.
Remarkably presenting the ideals of the Iraqi General Saeed and his vision of war and prosperity, Crescent Veil diligently carries readers through the many questionable happenings had America truly missed the realities of Iraq's contained biological war foundations.
His failure to do so is one more warning of a biological war on American soil that we are not yet prepared to win.
But they have a much grimmer view of the world's future, with a majority expecting a nuclear or biological war to break out within the next 20 years, according to the survey, a first-of-its kind study funded through a grant from ShopRite, Inc.
It will be a chemical and biological war with devastating effects.
The evidence came as Robin Cook claimed Saddam was "obsessional" about developing biological war heads and missiles.
Fungus Versus Coca -- UNDCP and the Biological War on Drugs in Colombia, Martin Jelsma, February 2000.