nerve gas

  1. a toxic gas that is inhaled or absorbed through the skin and has harmful effects on the nervous and respiratory system
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How To Use nerve gas In A Sentence

  • Sales of nerve gas antidotes increased dramatically before the war.
  • Did he ever talk to you about a terrorist attack, nerve gas?
  • For example, a chemical known as phosgene, used as a nerve gas during World War I, has long been used to make bisphenol A, the chemical building block of polycarbonate plastics. Elizabeth Grossman: Fat, Stupid, Impotent & Dangerous: The Future Without Green Chemistry
  • The active ingredient in most commercial flea products is a form of nerve gas called Sevin! 250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You
  • Fear grows when Harry begins showing signs of nerve gas poisoning, suggesting a chemical weapon attack
  • But if you have the atropine injectors in the same hands of the people who have the nerve gas, they can become offensive, because then the soldiers use nerve gas with relative impunity.
  • Sales of nerve gas antidotes increased dramatically before the war.
  • Another experiment in the same year involved dripping liquid soman and two other nerve gases, sarin and GF, onto 396 men - but it went horribly wrong.
  • We know that the regime has produced thousands of tons of chemical agents, including mustard gas, sarin nerve gas, VX nerve gas.
  • These are what Dennett later calls imponderable questions -- whether we ought to fund exploitation of the poor, lay minefields, smuggle nuclear weapons in suitcases, make nerve gases, and drop bombs! Common-Sense Religion
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