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any workplace where people are very busy

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a structure that provides a natural habitation for bees

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a hairdo resembling a beehive

a man-made receptacle that houses a swarm of bees

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In this, the evolution from the beehive style to Umm Al Nar-era cemeteries is apparent.
Sure enough, a Formosan black bear was captured on video ripping open one of the beehive boxes to access the rows of sweet honeycombs stored inside.
He said flat roofs were considered the best paces for beehives - and the Packhorse Centre had already offered to site one on its roof.
THE ONLY WAY TO KNOW exactly what is going on in a beehive it to actually take a peek inside.
Some communities have ordinances restricting beehives to properties of a certain size, or may not allow beehives at all.
Ladbrokes will now have Beehives sophisticated CRM engine, which dynamically segments customers using the operators loyalty card, The Grid, by behavioral attributes.
He is so concerned that he established the Milton's Billion Backyard Bee Project, an ambitious endeavor placing beehives throughout his hometown of Milton, Mass, that will eventually house one billion bees.
It produces, supplies and leases flat-packed beehives from its factory to small farmers who hang them on trees on their land or in nearby forests providing them with a secondary source of income.
Best species that can bear the Kuwaiti harsh and dry climate are those of Egyptian origin, said Al-Roumi, who imports the beehives from Egypt, at KD 24 per each.
MEDFORD - The Medford City Council has voted to allow beehives in backyards.
Inspired by scientific research and ground-breaking UK technology which monitors the health of beehives, the UK Pavilion is a great example of how UK creativity, business and science can be combined to solve a global challenge," said the organisers.
Wire fences booby trapped with beehives are being put up in Botswana, Mozambique, Tanzania and Uganda to prevent elephants attacking farms, and are already in use at three communities in Kenya.
Beekeepers in Zambia use both traditional and modern beehives to produce honey.
Building Beehives for Dummies is for any amateur beekeeper who wants to try their hand at building beekeeping equipment, and provides all basics for planning and building beehives and accessories.
For more on the beehives, write Robert Prahovic at 169 Chestnut St.