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 Differences Between Carpenter Bees & Bumble Bees?

Answer Although both bees are beneficial pollinators, carpenter bees are more of a nuisance. The carpenter bee is more likely to use former nesting spots and wood can be damaged with multiple burrow holes... Read More »
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How much of a threat are bees in the house to your two-month old daughter if occasionally you find bees in your house and most often they are dead but recently one was flying around?

Answer Me personally I wouldn't let a bee near a young baby, in case he/she is allergic, I just wouldn't risk it at all. And the dead ones who's to say it hasn't already bit someone??
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What does the expression 5x5 mean?

The phrase "five-by-five" comes from radio operator slang. The strength and clarity of radio transmissions are rated one to five; a transmission that is "five by five" is the highest strength and c... Read More »
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What does the expression man's man mean?

The term "man's man" refers to a male who reflects a particular masculinity associated with ruggedness, braveness, toughness and strength. This type of man typically is very successful with women, ... Read More »
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What does the expression You are what you eat mean?

It refers to the importance of eating good food. If you have a healthy diet, you will be a healthy person. If you eat unhealthy food, you will tend to be sick more often. It means also What you e... Read More »
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