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bees

apiphobia, melissophobia.
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They broke up as they murmured, and disappeared among the other bees, from whom, of course, they were undistinguishable.
She said any old bee could attend to our babies, and some day old bees would.
They were chiefly the settlers of the western part of Missouri, who are the most famous bee hunters on the frontier, and whose favorite hunting ground lies within the lands of the Kansas tribe.
Bees were winging their way heavily back to the hives with their honey.
'Is that all?' answered the bee, 'then you may comfort yourself; for before the sun goes down to-morrow night a palace shall be built unlike any that King has dwelt in before.
Ferko spent the whole day in the meadows waiting the return of the bee. And when evening was come the queen bee flew by, and perching on his shoulder she said, 'The wonderful palace is ready.
The Wicked Witch was so angry when she saw her black bees in little heaps like fine coal that she stamped her foot and tore her hair and gnashed her teeth.
But now that her fierce wolves and her wild crows and her stinging bees were gone, and her slaves had been scared away by the Cowardly Lion, she saw there was only one way left to destroy Dorothy and her friends.
So he sought out the idle, wilful bees, whom he had first made discontented, bidding them follow him, and win the honey the Queen had stored up for the winter.
And may I represent to you that it's injudicious to say the bee? For the whole case is assumed.
"How so, Mopo?" cried the leader of the Bees. "How is our father dead?"
To bee sur if ever I ave sad any thing of that kine it as bin