According to the Newtown bee, the couple was in divorce proceedings when Heath went missing.
After determining that the bee pollen and mushroom broth were inedible, the “detox” quickly went downhill.
Disco lost a legend Sunday when bee Gees co-founder Robin Gibb passed away at 62 after a long battle with liver cancer.
If someone put a gun to your head and said, ‘Find the bee Gees in 30 seconds,’ you could do it.
Even in recent years, the bee Gees would stay away from technology until they were ready to record.
With them we sometimes find the lawful owner, the grub-worm of the bee, but stunted and thin with fasting.
But the bee said, “No, I must not be idle; I must go and gather honey.”
In experiments carried out on animals this immunity to bee poison has been also induced by repeated application of the irritant.
When is the pollen gathered by the bee and kneaded into the pellet-like mass?
The bee possesses a thousand poetical associations derived from our early conversancy with the Georgics.
stinging insect, Old English beo "bee," from Proto-Germanic *bion (cf. Old Norse by, Old High German bia, Middle Dutch bie), possibly from PIE root *bhi- "quiver." Used metaphorically for "busy worker" since 1530s.
Sense of "meeting of neighbors to unite their labor for the benefit of one of their number," 1769, American English, probably is from comparison to the social activity of the insect; this was extended to other senses (e.g. spelling bee, first attested 1809; Raising-bee (1814) for building construction; also hanging bee "a lynching"). To have a bee in (one's) bonnet (1825), said of one who is harebrained or has an intense new notion or fancy, is said in Jamieson to be Scottish, perhaps from earlier expressions such as head full of bees (1510s), denoting mad mental activity.
BEE IN one's BONNET (mid-1800s+)
First mentioned in Deut. 1:44. Swarms of bees, and the danger of their attacks, are mentioned in Ps. 118:12. Samson found a "swarm of bees" in the carcass of a lion he had slain (Judg. 14:8). Wild bees are described as laying up honey in woods and in clefts of rocks (Deut. 32:13; Ps. 81:16). In Isa. 7:18 the "fly" and the "bee" are personifications of the Egyptians and Assyrians, the inveterate enemies of Israel.