bees

bees 1. A swarm of bees. 2. A grist o bees. 3. An apiary of bees. 4. A colony of bees. 5. A hive of bees. 6. A rabble of bees.
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bees

Insect members of the superfamily apoidea, found almost everywhere, particularly on flowers. About 3500 species occur in north america. They differ from most wasps in that their young are fed honey and pollen rather than animal food. Honey is collected in the form of nectar from flowers and concentrated into honey by evaporation. For most people be...
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bees

The bees (and other insects) play in the fertilization of the vine a minor role, this is done mainly by self-pollination or selfing (see also in detail under blossom ). As vine pests, bees occur to insignificant extent. In contrast to the wasps they can not bite the berry skin of the grapes, but only with fine hair cracks with their head press, whe...
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bees

Type: Term Definitions: 1. apiphobia, melissophobia.
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Bees

Wooden block on either side of the bowsprit through which the fore topmast stays rove back to the bow.
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