biohazard suit

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Noun1.biohazard suit - a loose one-piece garment worn to protect the wearer against dangerous biological or chemical agentsbiohazard suit - a loose one-piece garment worn to protect the wearer against dangerous biological or chemical agents
protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
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Or you could do what my brother used to do, and just drive around in a biohazard suit.
Duck & Cover" is about a guy named Barry, who after watching news reports of terrorists with Dirty Bombs and Chemical Weapons, becomes so paranoid that he will become a victim that he buys a Biohazard suit.
Summary: Richard Preston, whose 1994 book "The Hot Zone" brought the Ebola virus terrifyingly alive for readers, once described how, during his research, his biohazard suit had ripped open, exposing him to a potentially fatal toxin.
Man arrested with suitcase of weapons at LA airport A man flying from Japan to Boston was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport after officials found a suitcase containing weapons, a gas mask, a biohazard suit and other suspicious items in his luggage.
I don't want to dress in a biohazard suit just to till my garden
Another depicts an "international-team" member in a biohazard suit arriving at the hospital to meet the modestly dressed mop- and bucket-toting specialized cleaning team from the hospital.
BSL 4 * Work is done in a class III biosafety cabinet or in a biohazard suit that completely surrounds the worker.
Donning a full biohazard suit with only a small flashlight to guide him, it took weeks for Stewart to inspect nearly two million square feet and assess the damage to the existing cabling infrastructure.
1 gram of nanofiber material per square meter to conventional filter material--for example, in a biohazard suit or air filter--will dramatically improve the efficiency of the filter.
So none of the award was for bodily injury, despite the clear impression to the contrary when Ballard was pictured on the front cover of the New York Times Magazine, standing inside her mold-infested home wearing a biohazard suit.
SOLEMN: The Duke lays flowers at a shrine to the British dead and surveys the damage from a nearby tower block, now evacuated; PRECAUTIONS: Police officer Richard Hand tapes a mask to colleague Joe Tascano's biohazard suit before they examine the Associated Press mailroom in New York for any anthrax