bacteriological warfare


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Synonyms for bacteriological warfare

the use of harmful bacteria as a weapon

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Christian and Rosemary D Camp, compliments Doopeyduk on his promise as a Nazarene apprentice and declares that Doopeyduk has an opportunity to become the "'first bacteriological warfare expert of the colored race'"(4).
According to Larry Harris, the famous biochemist who is considered a leading authority on bacteriological warfare, "Silver is the only reliable protection the public has.
They emphasize two areas: indiscriminate "atrocity" stories and the bacteriological warfare issue.
But perhaps the most contentious issue raised was the use of bacteriological warfare by the allies.
The archive head Liu Fenglou said the papers reveal ''invasion of northeastern China and sinful, cruel bacteriological warfare by Japanese imperialism.