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Chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear weapon

Chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear weapon refers to a fully engineered assembly that is designed for employment to cause the release of a chemical or biological agent or radiological material onto a chosen target or to generate a nuclear detonation.  Also called CBRN weapon. 

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