Oh, ho," he said, "a nest of revolutionists--and quite a hornet's nest
it would seem.
We got a splendid stock of sorted spiders, and bugs, and frogs, and caterpillars, and one thing or another; and we like to got a hornet's nest
, but we didn't.
I have a respect for you, but if you were alone in this business I'd think twice before I put my head into such a hornet's nest
Said Mang, "The village of the Man-Pack, where they cast out the Man-cub, hums like a hornet's nest.
It was a big stone that I threw," chuckled Mowgli, who had often amused himself by throwing ripe paw-paws into a hornet's nest, and racing off to the nearest pool before the hornets caught him.
We had a hornet's nest
on our hands, and to stop at Collinsville would be to have it about our ears.
Just as I thought that I had finished, and was only too glad that I had laid this question to sleep, and was reflecting how fortunate I was in your acceptance of what I then said, you ask me to begin again at the very foundation, ignorant of what a hornet's nest
of words you are stirring.
For paper wasps, that means no closer than 4 or 5 feet from the nest, and 10 to 15 feet for a hornet's nest
A man in Sweden has died after trying to have sex with a hornet's nest
on his farm outside Ystad.
If a wasp flies into an area and sees a hornet's nest
it will vacate the area, so make your own hornet's nest by taking any brown paper bag and blowing it up.
99) 2 The Girl Who Kicked A Hornet's Nest
by Stieg Larsson (Quercus, pounds 18.
It may be a hornet's nest
and frightfully un-PC, but surely reader Phil McCusker has a point?
I don't want to stir up a hornet's nest
, but if I was a black person and people called me names it would be classed as racist and the offenders could be arrested for it.
CHIEF Constable Terry Grange has stirred up a hornet's nest
with his comments about sex and teenagers.
Although resolutions do not have the force of law, this one has stirred up quite a hornet's nest