Lethal [adjective]

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Military education must be about more than how to effectively apply lethal force and undertake combat operations.

Variants are emerging that could be more contagious and more lethal than existing strains.

The mutation appears to spread more easily than other variants, but there is no evidence that it is more lethal or causes more severe illness.

The exception is the variant spreading in the United Kingdom, which may be roughly 30 percent more lethal, British scientists said recently, acknowledging their evidence is preliminary.

So it’s a highly lethal malignancy where we definitely need to make additional advances.

The virus had mutated, with a suite of alterations that probably made it more transmissible — and perhaps more lethal.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also suggested for the first time in January that this strain may be more lethal than previous mutations.

Individuals affiliated with racially-motivated violent extremism are responsible for the most lethal and violent activity.

Some of the higher-ups were cadets at a time when the chokehold was still taught at the police academy as an alternative to lethal force.

Only by tracking how SARS-CoV-2 is changing can scientists hope to stay ahead of the most dangerous and potentially more lethal mutations.