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Bees knees meaning

On website Lauren replied: "...Your information is very accurate, except that unfertilized eggs develop into drones without any additional fertilization. This means that male bees (drones) have half the number of chromosomes that female bees (queens and workers) do, which leads to lots of interesting behaviors."

On website Lauren replied: "...Your information is very accurate, except that unfertilized eggs develop into drones without any additional fertilization. This means that male bees (drones) have half the number of chromosomes that female bees (queens and workers) do, which leads to lots of interesting behaviors."

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33 British Slang Words and Phrases You'll Want to Starting Using Regularly Today Because They're Awesome - Anglotopia.net

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3 of swords is a painful card, it gives that “twang” in your heart: loss, sorrow, mourning that loss.

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THE BEE'S KNEES meaning excellent or the highest quality. Bees carry pollen back to the hive in sacs on their legs. It is tempting to explain this phrase as alluding to the concentrated goodness to be found around a bee's knee, but there's no evidence to support this explanation. It is also sometimes said to be a corruption of 'business', but there's no evidence to support that either.

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Create a Bee-Friendly Garden

Bees are so good for your garden! Attract more of them with a cute little bee bath!

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Create a Bee-Friendly Garden

Creating a bee-friendly garden means more than just planting flowers. You certainly want to attract them with gorgeous blooms, but while they are in your garden you will want to give them a place to drink: a bee bath. #ad #bee #garden

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These amazing little creatures really DO have knees – aren’t they cute? “The bee’s knees” means “the highest quality” because that’s the area on their bodies where most of the golden nectar is concentrated. We adore everything about bees and honey: it’s our raison d'être (reason for existing)!

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"The Honey Bee"- its Nature, Homes and Products, by W. H. Harris [ref:39753]

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