from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A colorless contact insecticide, C14H9Cl5, toxic to humans and animals when swallowed or absorbed through the skin. It has been banned in the United States for most uses since 1972.
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- n. Abbreviation of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane; an insecticide.
- n. a move where a wrestler puts another wrestler into a standing front face lock and then falls backwards, driving the recipient's head into the floor.
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- n. an insecticide that is also toxic to animals and humans; banned in the United States since 1972
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In some cases, the term DDT will be used to refer to the collection of all forms of DDT, DDE, and DDD.
The number of people sickened, killed, or suffering genetic, nervous system, and reproductive damage due to DDT is substantially higher than zero.
I worked for farmers who washed their hands in DDT mixed with water before they ate lunch.
But DDT is still a good example of environmentalism gone wrong.
IF DDT is used for indoor spraying of households, it does not appear to be harmful to humans and is effective in preventing malarial infection.
DDT is structurally similar to other probable carcinogens, such as DDD and DDE.
According to one article by V.P. Sharma, The declining effectiveness of DDT is a result of several factors which frequently operate in tandem.
DDT is not harmful, yet because of the hysteria and We must do something, ANYTHING, right now!
I suppose also that you are one of those pro-DDT nutballs who thinks DDT is the best thing since sliced bread and will wipe out malaria and save the Third World?
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