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A carbamate, C12H11NO2, used as a general-purpose insecticide.

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(Elements & Compounds) an organic compound of the carbamate group: used as an insecticide, esp to treat head lice
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(ˈkɑr bə rɪl)

a colorless, crystalline compound, C12H11NO2, used as an insecticide.
[1960–65; b. carbamate and aryl]
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We are greatly supported by the deputy mayor of Acre city Zeev Naiman, mayor of Kiryat Gat city Yakov Ifraimov, mayor of Sderot city Mark Ifraimov, as well as a participant of almost all our events and the initiator of the creation of the AzIz branch in his city, deputy mayor from Kiryat Bialik city Nahum Rachevsky, in the list of which there are two candidates of Azerbaijani origin - Adil Danilov and Sevin Hanukayev.
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