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hive

1. a structure in which social bees live and rear their young
2. a colony of social bees

What does it mean when you dream about a hive?

The hive is a symbol of industriousness and teamwork. If stung by a bee or many bees, one needs to either get to work or slack off from overworking (being “busy a bee”).

hive

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The project will also see 40 acres of Oloolua forest hived off for the construction.
Lloyds instead hived off the branches under the revived TSB brand - expected to be floated later this year.
Air India (AI) had hived off the unit as a separate subsidiary with about 7,000 employees.
The split created mortgage and savings bank Northern Rock plc while toxic loans were hived off to Northern Rock Asset Management.
Effectively, funds will not be used to benefit the immediate Rumney/Llanrumney communities but some will be hived off to subsidise other areas.
The project will be hived off into a joint venture between Ansal Landmard and an investment arm of ICICI Prudential, the report said.
His comments put him at odds with the governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, who in a speech in Scotland on Tuesday night called for the banks' retail functions to be hived off from their more speculative ventures.
Around three-quarters of the impairment charge related to assets which will be hived off into a taxpayer-backed insurance scheme, taking the public stake to more than 60%.
A report issued in October by Pan Leisure Consulting Ltd suggested some of the site could be hived off for housing or commercial enterprise.
SPREAD-BETTING company IG Index have hived off their sports offering, IG Sport, as part of the group's leisure brand.
The company was hived off from BL and floated on the Stock Market in 1984 as Jaguar Cars.