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barban

[′bär‚ban]
(organic chemistry)
C11H9O2NCl2 A white, crystalline compound with a melting point of 75-76°C; used as a postemergence herbicide of wild oats in barley, flax, lentil, mustard, and peas.

Barban

 

a substance for controlling wild oats in wheat and barley crops and weeds in oat crops.

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Most researchers have found that White consumers do not react negatively to Black models in ads (Barban & Cundiff 1964; Barban 1969; Guest 1970; Block 1972; Schlinger & Plummer 1972; Bush, Gwinner, & Solomon 1974; Choudhury & Schmid 1974; Solomon, Bush, and Hair 1974; Szybillo & Jacoby 1974; Whittler 1991).
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