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Synonyms for fumigate


Synonyms for fumigate

treat with fumes, expose to fumes, especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests


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On Tuesday India Today's survey finds areas, the visited with fumigators, are totally abdicated now all over and mosquitos buzzing around
Tayag cited a warning by the Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority (FPA), an agency under the Department of Agriculture, against fake insecticides or dubious mosquito control treatments being used by fumigators in villages and residential areas.
soap, tires, chairs, sarongs, watches, chickens, shingles, cement, whisky, coffins, haircuts, cigarettes, fertilizer, bicycles, funerals, vasectomies, dictionaries, fumigators, Viagra, Oxycontin, television sets, free rent, rugby balls, dried meat, mobile phones, birthday cakes, electric fans, cooking oil, bags of rice, barbed wire, corn grinders, plastic sheeting, washing machines, plastic surgery, teeth cleaning" etc.
Dr Saifuddin Abdul Rahim, a chemistry expert with the Department of Forensic Evidence and Criminology, also called on residents to engage professional and licensed fumigators and ensure that no agricultural pesticides are used in their homes.
Why not ask a mate to nominate you for this show, then put your feet up until the TV crew arrive with professional fumigators and polishers to do it for you.
The management did not want the risk of any of the fleas infecting any of the other rooms, so they got a firm of fumigators in to blitz Amy's quarters and told her not to bring any more animals on site," the source added.
Fumigators have been called into a South Wales prison after staff were diagnosed with the skin infection scabies.
The company, due to be renamed Rentokil Taiming, is the leading pest control operation in China and has developed and patented a range of fumigators for indoor insect control.
As the authorities refuse to believe him, Gang-du and his family escape medical custody and turn to the Mafia to arm themselves, entering the forbidden zone disguised as fumigators to search for the missing child in the sprawling maze of Seoul's cloaca.
The room was closed immediately to the public and fumigators were called to remove and kill the maggots.
If the "economically feasible" cost of eliminating MeBr in non-Article 5(1) agricultural uses is set at some particular level, it does not follow that this cost must or should be borne exclusively by the agriculturalists and fumigators who have been using the MeBr.
Neurobehavioral evaluation of soil and structural fumigators using methyl bromide and sulfuryl fluoride.
What is particularly refreshing and instructive in this fine book is the recurrence of pecuniary motives alleged by the prosecutors, admitted by the accused, and underlined by our author: plague-workers (cleaners, fumigators, removers of corpses, barber-surgeons, grave-diggers, etc.
In one club in upscale Palermo Viejo, at least 1,000 people clamored for a chance to crowd in and use their paper "credits"--another money substitute--to pick up food or used clothing or offer their skills as hairdressers, fumigators or aromatherapists.
Mallard's answer: "In this case, I'd say that's how long the Oval Office fumigators requested.