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The term “making a beeline for”, describes the shortest and quickest route the nectar-gathering bee follows to return to the hive.
A beekeeper is called an “apiarist”.
An apiary is a location where beekeepers set out a group of beehives. They are commonly referred to as a “bee yard”.
While bee “skeps” (old-style beehive shaped structures) are not in widespread use today, their charm continues to be associated with beekeeping. The modern rectangular beehive is merely a more convenient adaptation to the honeybees’ behavior.
Utah is known as the “beehive state”.
In the 15th century, honey was known as “the soul of flowers”.