- n a teeming multitude
- n a man-made receptacle that houses a swarm of bees
- n a structure that provides a natural habitation for bees; as in a hollow tree
- v store, like bees
bees hive honey and pollen
He hived lots of information
- v move together in a hive or as if in a hive
- v gather into a hive
The beekeeper hived the swarm
- On what a "hive mind" the highly organized honey bee hierarchy looks like when it's suffering from CCD: "There were usually a few bees, yes, but they were wandering .
- Dave Phippen, a partner in his family's farm in nearby Manteca, just paid $150 per hive to a Texas supplier.
- Dull taste Bees are poorly equipped with taste genes, another likely result of the hive, since anything one bee eats has probably been proved safe by another.
- Warren Mundine in Sydney Morning Herald
Every community has divisions, black or white. So it's easy to find dissent and to hive the applicants off from the claimant group : Some companies think they can get away with blue murder in NSW. It's a disgrace,said Mundine, a former...
- Niall Quinn in Sportinglife.com
Quinn said: "There's a great excitement around the place and, after all the talking we have been doing for the last six weeks, it's all now down to the action. The players coming back is a big thing. The place is a hive of activity."
- Jeff Stibel in Sydney Morning Herald
The Hive Group's Honeycomb software has always provided a means to quickly and efficiently sift through volumes of data. Now, with the thin client architecture, The Hive Group has raised the bar, providing a flexible platform that meets the demands... Ben Shneiderman http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Shneiderman&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH7ScC4htvEjLOSPz0xqBwip7S-VA MarketWatch http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/Enterprise-Treemapping-Gets-Lean-Honeycomb/story.aspx%3Fguid%3D%257B6B65E711-0C39-4B1F-928C-FD5727FCD888%257D&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHmme4fnVKrmtzjJcqRHZYVi19hzQ Oct 30, 2008
47458 64385 hives A brain is really a massive composition of mini-brains or hives," Stibel says. "There's no such thing as a central decision-maker in the brain; intelligence emerges from complex parallel processing of information."