Definition of Biologic attack
1. Noun. The use of bacteria or viruses or toxins to destroy men and animals or food.
Generic synonyms: War, Warfare
Specialized synonyms: Bacteriological Warfare, Germ Warfare
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Literary usage of Biologic attack
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1. Threat of Bioterrorism and the Spread of Infectious Diseases: Hearing Before edited by Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (2001)
"... diagnose and respond to smallpox epidemic resulting from a biologic attack can also be used to detect and respond to outbreaks of natural occurring ..."
2. Domestic Preparedness in the New Millennium: Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Jeff Sessions (2002)
"However, in a scenario where hundreds of patients need treatment for a chemical or biologic attack, multiple hospitals will have to use the same retail ..."
3. Bioterrorism: Our Frontline Response, Evaluating U.S. Public Health and edited by William Frist, Bill Frist (1999)
"Victims of a biologic attack will not exhibit symptoms for days, or even weeks. The delay between exposure and onset of illness, in the case of an ..."