- n. Plural form of bee.
“When the moment of transformation of the nymphs in the nineteen cells arrived, I examined the grated box frequently every day, and at length found six bees exactly similar to _common bees_.”
“Your story about the bees is my second favourite postcasted story right behind “The Redemption” (is that what it is actually called – we all just know it as the story about the coat The Redemption?)”
“Business in bees has been buzzing since Omlet launched its Beehaus early in 2009.”
“I heard a lot about a year or two ago about the decline in bees due to a virus or parasite (can't remember which).”
“Researchers claim they have found the cause of the decline in bees which could be the first step in reversing the decline.”
“The stream once more drowsed and whispered; the hum of the mountain bees rose sleepily.”
“And from all about rose the low and sleepy hum of mountain bees -- feasting Sybarites that jostled one another good-naturedly at the board, nor found time for rough discourtesy.”
“For years, researchers have been linking a decline in bees to everything from pesticides to genetically modified crops, and now the news is pointing to the bees themselves – the ones that humans “create” in greenhouses.”
“Flowers and water are placed near the apiaries; when there are no flowers the water for the bees is sweetened.”
“The interesting thing about these bees is that they are all killer bees.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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Looking for tweets for bees.