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sevin:

see insecticidesinsecticides,
chemical, biological, or other agents used to destroy insect pests; the term commonly refers to chemical agents only. Chemical Insecticides

The modern history of chemical insecticides in the United States dates from 1867, when Paris green proved
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Sevin criticized the private company that has been funding the HES project, saying: "How geological engineers allow construction here, I do not know.
Born November 5, 1938, near Wittenberg, Germany, Dieter Sevin emigrated at age eighteen to the United States.
It intends to continue marketing Sevin based on active ingredient supplies from alternate sources.
Sevin calls Swallows a five-tool player, referencing the baseball term for a player with superstar skills in all aspects of the game.
A: Sevin is one of many products that contain the chemical 1-napthyl methylcarbamate, more commonly known as carbaryl, which is classified as moderately to very toxic, depending the source of the classification.
And Sevin Sloane said that the best way to develop consumer loyalty was to really listen to the needs of the buyer and/or seller and service them accordingly.
Sevin persuasively argues that Wolf's thematically daring and structurally innovative Der geteilte Himmel (1963) initiated the period of growth of the 'Freiraum' for GDR writers, which continued right up to 1989.
5 million Series A financing co-lead by Sevin Rosen Funds and Tullis-Dickerson.
Lohan's own spray-tan line, Sevin Nyne, will hit the stores on April 15.
Its lawn and garden products include grass seed, wild bird food, weed and insect control products, and decorative outdoor patio products and are sold under the brand names Pennington, New England Pottery, GKI/ Bethlehem Lighting, AMDRO, Grant's, Sevin and Over'n Out.
com a little over a year ago, after being brought together by an investment venture firm, Sevin Rosen Funds.