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White plague can refer to:
- The British colonization of parts of the world mainly inhabited by non-white peoples.
- Any epidemic disease that makes the patients appear pale, especially tuberculosis during the 19th and early 20th century.
- The White Plague, a 1982 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert featuring a bioengineered plague that kills females.
- The White Disease (Czech:Bílá nemoc), a 1937 play by Karel Capek.
- In microelectronics, a white gold-aluminium intermetallic compound that degrades wire bonding between gold and aluminum.
- A disease caused by Aurantimonas coralicida bacteria, affecting and killing corals during summer.
- The sub-replacement fertility phenomenon, the decline in some nations of birthrates.
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