Hundreds of bees are whizzing circles around the cotes as they stack honeycombs on the trolley.
Gilbert de Segrave held the manor of cotes in socage of the king "by paying yearly one bersethrigumnue."
And he muttered to himself in the patois of the cotes du Nord.
Despite the shooting at them by the enemy, 98 returned to their cotes, 75 of them carrying microscopic dispatches.
In 1713 cotes helped him to bring out a new edition of the Principia, completed as we now have it.
Newton said of him, "If Mr. cotes had lived we had known something."
Three portraits of him by Howard are now in the family; as is also a fine portrait of his sister, by cotes.
Here the seller of doves and pigeons kept his cotes, for many a worshiper could not afford to buy a kid or a lamb.
Pigeons were still the curse of the farmer, and their cotes were called dens of thieves.
cotes are worn short waisted, short in the skirts, and short in the sleeves.
pens or enclosures for flocks (2 Chr. 32:28, "cotes for flocks;" R.V., "flocks in folds").