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a weapon that kills or injures civilian as well as military personnel (nuclear and chemical and biological weapons)

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"We are strategically aligning the further development of our SAP-certified xSuite product family with S/4HANA, the HANA database, SAP Fiori and the Web," explains Matthias Lemenkuhler, Managing Director at WMD. "With more than 700 customers using our SAP-integrated solutions internationally, product certification is therefore a matter of course for us, especially since, according to a recent survey, the majority plan to migrate to S/4HANA within the next five years."
The 24-hour ambulatory BPs were significantly lower in the spironolactone group compared with the control group (24-hour SBP: WMD = -10.5 mm Hg; 95% CI, -12.3 to -8.71 mm Hg; 24-hour DBP: WMD = -4.09 mm Hg; 95% CI, -5.28 to -2.91 mm Hg).
Consequence management efforts can include identifying the perpetrator of a WMD attack postevent or cleaning up contamination after a WMD strike.
The wars in Iraq, Libya and Syria have been exhaustively studied by Kim Jong Un, who has clearly reached the conclusion that (a) to surrender WMD would be suicide and (b) not using WMD in a future conflict would doom North Korea to defeat and the elimination through executions of the DPRK's leadership core.
This paper is an attempt to assess the significance of the first ever EU strategy to stop the proliferation of WMD by first taking a broad overview of the background which has led to its adoption and institutionalization.
The commanders selected a course to impede the simulated WMD strikes on the Russian ships, the ministry said.
The term "dual-use goods and technologies" or "strategic goods" refers to items which could be used both for peaceful means as well as to build WMD such as chemicals which could be used to make fertilizers, make-up or high explosives, he explained.
Nuclear WMD began as an offensive tool dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
Sources have said that the most likely option to prevent WMD falling into the hands of extremists would be to destroy stockpiles in a series of air strikes.
In a world where one often thinks of WMD incidents in terms of a large mushroom cloud, Asnes pointed out that this training focused on the personal elements of being hands-on with victims.
Organisers of the 16th WMD called upon artists to register to participate in the WMD day celebrations that will be held on 18 June in Windhoek, Swakopmund, Oshakati, Rundu and Katima Mulilo.
WMD Proliferation: Reforming the Security Sector to Meet the Threat
The past year has witnessed a renewed emphasis by US government agencies addressing the threat of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
Blair denied this, saying he had told Bush "we are going to be with you in confronting and dealing with this threat" posed by Saddam's suspected program of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
Iraq reluctantly accepted it and WMD inspections resumed November 27, 2002.