`Well, I've tried to say "HOW DOTH THE LITTLE BUSY BEE
," but it all came different!' Alice replied in a very melancholy voice.
'The little busy bee
,' said Miss Monflathers, drawing herself up,
In childhood, I had always been accustomed to regard him with a feeling of reverential awe - but lately, even now, surmounted, for, though he had a fatherly kindness for the well-behaved, he was a strict disciplinarian, and had often sternly reproved our juvenile failings and peccadilloes; and moreover, in those days, whenever he called upon our parents, we had to stand up before him, and say our catechism, or repeat, 'How doth the little busy bee
,' or some other hymn, or - worse than all - be questioned about his last text, and the heads of the discourse, which we never could remember.
In fact, this busy bee
had a verdict to get to-morrow, against evidence, and was improving the shining hours in setting snares for the gentlemen of the jury.
Long, quiet days she spent, not lonely nor idle, for her little world was peopled with imaginary friends, and she was by nature a busy bee
. There were six dolls to be taken up and dressed every morning, for Beth was a child still and and loved her pets as well as ever.
He didn't at all see why the busy bee
should be proposed as a model to him; he supposed the bee liked to make honey, or he wouldn't do it-- nobody asked him.
The very thing he was in the act of doing one cold day, when the last drowsy sound of Twelve o'clock, just struck, was humming like a melodious monster of a Bee, and not by any means a busy bee
, all through the steeple!
Only let me make the tea first, John; and then I'll help you with the parcels, like a busy bee
. "How doth the little"--and all the rest of it, you know, John.
Pinocchio reaches the Island of the Busy Bees and finds the Fairy once more
After walking a half hour, he came to a small country called the Land of the Busy Bees. The streets were filled with people running to and fro about their tasks.
(JOE) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) announced the formation of their joint venture, or JV, to construct, own and manage a Busy Bee
branded fuel station and convenience store in Panama City Beach, Florida.
Back in the city, pampered Eskimo dog Gidget (Jenny Slate), agrees to take care of Max's favourite toy, Busy Bee
, in his absence.