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London/Gatwick's original terminal building, universally nicknamed the Beehive due to its distinctive shape, is now being offered as rented office space.
OREGA'S BEEHIVE business centre near Gatwick airport in West Sussex is now 91% full just over a year after opening.
THERE were static noises on the radio receiver, with whoops and shrieks, as Mr Williams Beehive turned the knob to get the dial firmly on Dublin 222.
The beehives are a first step toward this and we are looking forward to sampling our own Lingfield Point honey in due course.
Despite what people might think, Tracey explained a beehive was actually a pretty simple style to achieve.
Strikes from Mee (2) and Coyne and an own goal proved enough for Beehive.
Cut a puddle and flowers from felt, and glue them to the beehive shape.
Over the winter, the bees have been dormant, sealed in their beehives.
Under, centralized control, more than 100 work brigades cared for more than 200,000 beehives, with the number of hives peaking at 208,200 in 1985.
Managers are likely to fall on Beehive with glad cries.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Smashburger lovers throughout the Salt Lake valley can help grant wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses by purchasing a Beehive Smashburger or Beehive Smashchicken after 5 p.