Bumblebee

(redirected from Bumble bee)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

Bumblebee

Slang; a needlessly cumbersome financial statement, especially one that obscures the true financial statement. The term is most common in the context of small Christian churches and ministries.
References in periodicals archive ?
Declining bumble bee populations globally have long been cause for alarm among conservationists, who see the buzzy pollinators as a bellwether for the malign effects of a changing climate.
The bumble bee is dangerously close to extinction, having lost 90 percent of its habitat range in the last 20 years alone.
While the Bumble Bee Foods case surrounds a macabre tragedy, at least it can serve as an alarm for other companies in terms of taking a look at their own workplace safety policies and procedures to ensure the safest conditions for all workers.
With a workforce of more than 1,300 people, Bumble Bee produces and sells canned, pouched and frozen seafood products across the United States and Canada.
INJURIES: Ayrton Hughes's leg after riding on the Bumble Bee ride at Treasure Island in Stourport, top.
A few states in the United States possess more detailed distributional treatments of their bumble bee faunas (Stephen, 1957, for California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington; Chandler and McCoy, 1965, for Arkansas; Thorp et al.
From his post in the Pollinating Insects Biology, Management, and Systematics Research Unit in Logan, Utah, Strange is studying various bumble bee species that could serve as the next generation of proficient commercial pollinators.
Bumble Bee Foods LLC announced a Class Two voluntary national recall has been issued by its supplier, The Suter Company Inc.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 8, 2010--S&P keeps Bumble Bee Foods on "negative" watch(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The bumble bee technology is used in 52 countries across the world.
Bumble bee colonies normally die out in the autumn, leaving only next year's queen bees in hibernation.
But on their way back crewmen got involved in a real rescue to help the stricken fishing vessel Bumble Bee.