“I think most models are victims of entrapment and a hive mind,” she explains.
Burt called on his beekeeper pal, who scooped up the bees from the fencepost with his bare hands, and dumped them into a hive.
It is late evening, and the entire area is a hive of activity.
The honey cart full, Andrew puts the roof back on the hive and we take the elevator down to the second-floor kitchen.
They also have a greater diversity of plants to feed on than a hive placed near, for example, a giant crop of corn.
Every hotel door was like the vent to a hive—black with comers and goers.
The operating-room was a hive of industry, and tongues kept pace with fingers.
Well, it will be difficult to get a word out of him, because he is just putting a new swarm into the hive.
Another way is to invert the hive in which the united swarms are to live, and strike the bees of the other hive into it as before.
The thin pieces are now slipped into the channels even with the top; it is now ready to go under the hive to be fed.
Old English hyf "beehive," from Proto-Germanic *hufiz (cf. Old Norse hufr "hull of a ship"), from PIE *keup- "round container, bowl" (cf. Sanskrit kupah "hollow, pit, cave," Greek kypellon "cup," Latin cupa "tub, cask, vat"). Figurative sense of "swarming, busy place" is from 1630s. As a verb, of bees, etc., "to form themselves into a hive," c.1400; "to put bees in a hive," mid-15c.
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