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bumblebees

Drug slang
A regional term for amphetamines, which is related to their ability to give a person a “buzz”.
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We had some lovely warm days this summer, and the fact that when it was sunny more sightings were reported on breezy days suggest that a breeze has a positive effect on the activity of bumblebees," said Dr Pocock, speaking at the British Science Festival at the University of Birmingham.
Baskin-Robbins is known for its innovative ice cream cake designs and we had so much fun creating these that we are delighted to introduce guests to our new Ladybug and Bumblebee Cakes," said Stan Frankenthaler, Baskin-Robbins Executive Chef and Vice President of Innovation at Dunkin' Brands.
Peter Eustance (right) and his band of bumblebee volunteers celebrate with Liverpool City Council's Derek Dottie (centre)
If you discover a tree bumblebee nest in your nest box, don't worry as it shouldn't pose any problems.
More than 90% of all traditional hay meadows have disappeared over the past 70 years, along with clover fields and semi-natural habitats," says Dr Ben Darvill, director of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BCT).
In addition to being a valuable scientific resource, the hardback copy has a colorful cover with a bumblebee foraging on a clover blossom and is an attractive addition to anyone's library.
Chevrolet, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), has launched its Bumblebee themed Camaro at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Adam Federman's story on the decimation of North American bumblebees ("Plight of the Bumblebee," Autumn 2009) made me wonder one thing.
The short-haired bumblebee died out here in the UK a decade ago but it managed to survive in New Zealand after being shipped there more than 100 years ago.
Children will relate to Bumble's problems and will respond to the illustrations and wonderful music of The Flight of the Bumblebee by Rimsky-Korsakov on the CD.
Grandma knits a sweater for Nellie's role as a bumblebee in the school concert.
Observations and a new model of how bee diseases spread now support the idea that these fugitives are bringing pathogens to the bumblebee species living in the wild, Michael Otterstatter and James Thomson, both of the University of Toronto in Canada, report in the July PLoS ONE.