bee-keeper

  • 1 bee-keeper — ˈbee keeper [bee keeper bee keepers] noun a person who owns and takes care of ↑bees Derived Word: ↑bee keeping …

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  • 2 bee-keeper — bee keeping ► NOUN ▪ the occupation of owning and breeding bees for their honey. DERIVATIVES bee keeper noun …

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  • 3 bee keeper — one who keeps bees for producing honey …

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  • 4 bee-keeping — ► NOUN ▪ the occupation of owning and breeding bees for their honey. DERIVATIVES bee keeper noun …

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  • 5 bee — n. 1 any four winged insect of the superfamily Apoidea which collects nectar and pollen, produces wax and honey, and lives in large communities. 2 any insect of a similar type. 3 (usu. busy bee) a busy person. 4 esp. US a meeting for communal… …

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  • 6 bee — noun 1 flying insect ADJECTIVE ▪ bumble (usually bumblebee), honey, killer ▪ queen, worker ▪ angry ▪ …

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  • 7 bee-keeping — noun the occupation of owning and breeding bees for their honey. Derivatives bee keeper noun …

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  • 8 keeper — noun Keeper is used after these nouns: ↑bee, ↑brothel, ↑stall, ↑zoo …

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  • 9 Africanized bee — Killer bee redirects here. For other uses, see Killer bees (disambiguation). Africanized honey bee Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia …

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  • 10 Ephraim Bee — (December 26, 1802 ndash;October 23, 1888) was an American pioneer, blacksmith, and inn keeper from Doddridge County, West Virginia. He represented Doddridge County in the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1863 and 1866 1867.Ephraim was born to …

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  • 11 Chicago Bee Building — U.S. National Register of Historic Places Chicago Landmark …

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  • 12 National Register of Historic Places listings in Bee County, Texas — List of Registered Historic Places in Bee County, Texas Map of all coordinates from Google Map of all coordinates from Bing …

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  • 13 Amos Ives Root — (* 1839 1923) fundó en 1869 la A. I. Root Company, empresa que ha pertenecido a la familia por cuatro generaciones; ubicada en la ciudad de Medina, Ohio, Estados Unidos. Fue joyero, y varias custiones despertaron su interés, la electricidad, la… …

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  • 14 Stewarton Hive — The introduction of this Stewarton hive (a bee hive) is credited to Robert Kerr, of Stewarton, Ayrshire, in 1819. Little is known about the detail of the earliest Stewartons, but during the second half of the 19th century several enthusiasts… …

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  • 15 apiarist — n. Bee breeder, bee keeper, bee student, keeper of an apiary, bee master, apiarian …

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  • 16 beekeeper — noun a farmer who keeps bees for their honey • Syn: ↑apiarist, ↑apiculturist • Derivationally related forms: ↑apiculture (for: ↑apiculturist) • Hypernyms: ↑farmer …

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  • 17 Anton Janša — (1734 ndash; 1773) was a Slovene apiarist and painter. Janša is known as a pioneer of modern apiculture and a great expert in the field. He was educated as a painter, but was employed as a teacher of apiculture at the Habsburg court in Vienna.… …

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  • 18 Northern American nectar sources for honey bees — A honey bee collecting nectar from an apple flower. The nectar source in a given area depends on the type of vegetation present and the length of their bloom period. What type of vegetation will grow in an area depends on soil texture, soil pH,… …

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  • 19 Juraj Fándly — Infobox Person name = Juraj Fándly image size = caption = birth name = birth date = 21 October 1750 birth place = Častá, Habsburg Monarchy (now Slovakia) death date = 7 March 1811 (aged 60) death place = Doľany, Habsburg Monarchy (now Slovakia)… …

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  • 20 Μελισσεῖς — Μελισσεύς bee keeper masc acc pl Μελισσεύς bee keeper masc nom/voc pl (parad form) …

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