a person who keeps an .
An apiarist, he lives in Austin, with his wife, Lorin, their three children, and a hyperactive bird dog named Biscuit.
Let Exxon Run the Energy Dept. Robert Bryce April 7, 2009
Mr. Ernest Scholl, now Assistant and apiarist, has furnished material as shown herein.
Texas Honey Plants C. E. Sanborn
Though I am, as I have said, an apiarist in good standing, I never realised that there were so many bees in the world.
A Diversity of Creatures Rudyard Kipling
LET us rather consider the proceedings of the swarm the apiarist shall have gathered into his hive.
The Life of the Bee Maurice Maeterlinck
a person who studies or keeps bees
1816; see apiary + -ist.
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of, at, or forming the . Phonetics. (of a speech sound) articulated principally with the aid of the tip of the tongue, as t or d. Phonetics. an apical sound. Historical Examples apical horn straight conical, frontal horns curved laterally. Report on the Radiolaria Collected by H.M.S. Challenger During the Years 1873-1876, Second Part: Subclass […]
- Apical dental foramen
apical dental foramen apical dental foramen n. The opening at the apex of the root of a tooth through which the nerves and blood vessels pass.
- Apical dominance
suppression of the development of lateral buds in a growing plant shoot, caused by hormones produced in the tip of the shoot. apical dominance (ā’pĭ-kəl, āp’ĭ-) Inhibition of the growth of lateral buds by the terminal bud of a plant shoot. In most plants, apical dominance results from the release of auxin by the apical […]