Ke|pone


Ke|pone
Ke|pone «KEE pohn», noun.
Trademark. a chlorinated hydrocarbon used as a pesticide, similar to DDT: »

The discharging of Kepone into the state's waters has had a crippling effect on Virginia's fishing industry (C. Brian Kelly).


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