incapacitate


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developing pharmacological "calmatives" that could incapacitate combatants.
With continued exposure, the MK63 is expected to incapacitate individuals.
THE main less-than-lethal weapons being used or researched to incapacitate, confuse or delay an adversary are:-
It will not be sufficient merely to incapacitate Osama bin Laden, or whoever else is found to be responsible for Tuesday's attacks.