ronnel

ron·nel

 (rŏn′əl)
n.
A white or light brown solid, C8H8Cl3O3PS, used as an insecticide, especially against flies and cockroaches.

[From Ronnel, a non-US trademark.]

ronnel

(ˈrɒnəl)
n
(Chemistry) a type of pesticide
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Ronnel Quejada Dellomes from Bulacan State University - Malolos: 93.40%
They were identified as Lambert Carbon, Danifer Cabague, Bob Aldrin Enriquez, Ronnel Victor Brual, Ronnel Crisostomo, Pedro Jose Sopena, Genaro Bondoc, Joshua Pagtalunan, a 16-year-old male included in the drug watch list of Guiguinto and a 16-year-old female branded as "CICL" or child in conflict with the law.
Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio along with SBP-XI Regional Director and Presidential Assistant on Sports Glenn Escandor and SBP-XI Regional Operations Head Ronnel Leuterio are expected to grace the opening rites highlighting the traditional ceremonial toss.
Last Friday's cockfest was dominated by co-champions Ronnel Pasia of Team Sagupaan who used the popular Alabama Sweaters (PBGF Oct.
Vice Mayor Shirlyn Baas Nograles represented General Santos City Mayor Ronnel Rivera in the ceremony, saying that the sister cities agreement is a step toward achieving various projects of exchange and mutual benefits for growth and development.
SPRINGFIELD - Ronnel Curry has been selected to be the first executive director of Springfield Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 to raise funds to support Springfield public schools.
This is another in a series of pro se postconviction motions filed by Ronnel Fitzgerald.
Appearing as part of PRUride PH are celebrity hosts Gretchen Ho and Kim Atienza, Go For Gold's Edz Hualda, Ismael Gorospe, and Ronnel Hualda, and Ric Rodriguez and champion rider Marcelo Felipe representing 711.
In other categories, Louise Maureen Simeon of the Philippine Star won in agriculture and mining; Jennee Austria of the Manila Standard in capital markets; Ronnel Domingo of the Philippine Daily Inquirer in energy; Ben de Vera of the Philippine Daily Inquirer in finance; and Darwin Amojelar of the Manila Standard in telecommunications and transport.
Lee Ronnel of Little Rock (15 percent) and Fred Farrell of Vicksburg (8.75 percent).
We also encourage them to get private sponsors to sustain their teams through financial terms,' said SBP-XI regional operations head Ronnel Leuterio after meeting with the interested team representatives last July 13.