BIOLOGICAL WARFARE

n. a new method of warfare which employs microorganisms as a weapon. The use and release of disease-causing agents like viruses and bacteria can quickly incapacitate the enemy and eliminate a population.See bacteriological warfare- also germ warfare.

BIOLOGICAL WARFARE: "This time around, the world faces a new threat to peace, and that is the possibility of biological warfare. "
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