beehive

  1. any workplace where people are very busy
  2. a structure that provides a natural habitation for bees; as in a hollow tree
  3. a man-made receptacle that houses a swarm of bees

Beehive

Beehive is London Cockney rhyming slang for drive.
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Beehive

Beehive is London Cockney rhyming slang for drive.
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beehive

[n] - a structure that provides a natural habitation for bees 2. [n] - a hairdo resembling a beehive 3. [n] - any workplace where people are very busy 4. [n] - a man-made receptacle that houses a swarm of bees
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Beehive

Bee'hive` noun A hive for a swarm of bees. Also used figuratively. » A common and typical form of beehive was a domeshaped inverted basket, whence certain ancient Irish and Scotch architectural remains are called beehive houses .
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beehive

noun a hairdo resembling a beehive
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beehive

hive noun a man-made receptacle that houses a swarm of bees
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beehive

hive noun a structure that provides a natural habitation for bees; as in a hollow tree
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Beehive

• (n.) A hive for a swarm of bees. Also used figuratively.
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beehive

(from the article `lepidopteran`) ...furs, silk, and even feathers are eaten by fungus moths ( tineid moths) of several genera (clothes moths). The wax moth (Galleria mellonella) ... ...of collecting nectar and pollen to provision the nest, the bees pollinate the flowers they visit. Honeybees also collect propolis, a resinous ... [2 ...
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Beehive

a box or receptacle with movable frames, used for housing a colony of bees.
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Beehive

Beehive (star cluster): see Praesepe.
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Beehive

a box or receptacle with movable frames, used for housing a colony of bees.
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Beehive

(See hive).
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Beehive

[disambiguation] A beehive is a structure in which bees live and raise their young. Beehive and Bee Hive may also refer to: ==Places== ==Music== ==Military== ==Computing== ==Other uses== ...
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Beehive

[hairstyle] The Beehive is a woman`s hairstyle in which long hair is piled up in a conical shape on the top of the head and slightly backwards pointing, giving some resemblance to the shape of a traditional beehive. It originated as one of a variety of elaborately teased and lacquered versions of `big hair` that developed from earlier pageb...
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Beehive

[New Zealand] The Beehive is the common name for the Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings, located at the corner of Molesworth Street and Lambton Quay, Wellington. It is so-called because of its shape is reminiscent of that of a traditional woven form of beehive known as a `skep`. ...
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Beehive

A beehive is an enclosed structure{cn|date=May 2014} in which some honey bee species of the subgenus Apis live and raise their young. Natural beehives are naturally occurring structures occupied by honeybee colonies, such as hollowed-out trees, while domesticated honeybees live in man-made beehives, often in an apiary. These man-made structures ar...
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Beehive

a diagram showing where a number of balls, usually from a particular bowler, have passed the batsman.[12] Compare pitch map.
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Beehive

a box or receptacle with movable frames, used for housing a colony of bees.
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Beehive

a diagram showing where a number of balls, usually from a particular bowler, have passed the batsman. Compare pitch map.
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Beehive

[TV show] Beehive is a UK comedy series that broadcast in 2008. It stars Australian comedian Sarah Kendall and British comedy actresses Alice Lowe, Barunka O`Shaughnessy and Clare Thomson, who wrote much of the show`s material. Producer Siobhan Rhodes stated prior to production that the show would be about funny women, who do not feature re...
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