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warfare using chemical agents to kill or injure or incapacitate the enemy

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And he claimed the service would be unable to cope in the event of a major incident, such as a terror attack, nuclear or chemical war, or natural disaster.
Just as those materials are good at preventing oxygen from reaching food, other nanocomposites are effective at preventing the permeation of chemical war agents through materials and films," said Michael Sennett, a research chemist at the center.
Miller wrote or co-wrote three of them, including a grotesque piece on December 20, 2001, in which she rolled out a liar called Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri, who had poured into her delighted ear an account of how he'd worked on nuclear, biological and chemical war facilities "in underground wells, private villas and under the Saddam Hussein Hospital.
Tory Bob Spink's outburst yesterday came amid Commons exchanges on fresh allegations that soldiers were sent into a possible biological and chemical war zone in Iraq without enough proper equipment.
He said his soldiers were sent into a possible biological and chemical war zone in Iraq without enough proper equipment.
Fresh claims that British soldiers were sent into a possible biological and chemical war zone in Iraq without enough proper equipment emerged today.
Editors also denied that any reporters were declining slots due to fears of chemical war.
Biological and chemical war against civilians, particularly when conducted by non-state entities, is a relatively new phenomenon.
War Office documents on the build-up of these chemical warheads are available for consultation but none have yet been released about the chemical war itself, even 83 years later, and there is no guarantee that they ever will be made available.
It is supposed to be a test of human capability, not a chemical war or a genetic war," says Brandi Chastain of the U.
She told of threats to bald eagles from programs meant to kill mosquitoes, and of a chemical war against Japanese beetles that was annihilating rabbits, muskrats and squirrels along with songbirds.
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