(1) Discount broker TD Waterhouse has stirred up a hornets' nest with the announcement that it will introduce margin trading into the UK.(2) South African paper wasps, or hornets as they are also called, are often encountered underneath overhangs such as the eaves of roofs but do not form very big groups.(3) It is cynical, but I think they enjoy stirring up a hornets' nest .(4) Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has stirred a real hornets' nest with his call to scrap the FA Academy system.(5) Insects such as bees, wasps and hornets inject a venom into the skin when they sting us, which can cause pain, swelling and itchiness in the area.(6) Or, if the allegations are substantiated and he can deliver, then that stirs up a whole new hornets' nest .(7) Joseph E. Stiglitz whacked a hornets' nest in 2002 with the publication of Globalization and Its Discontents.(8) Before I poke my stick into that little hornets' nest , I'm going to declare an interest in both sides.(9) The insects most likely to cause allergic reactions are wasps, honeybees, hornets , yellow jackets and ants.(10) What you've done needed doing, but I'm thinking it's likely to be like kicking a hornets' nest when word of it gets out.(11) A grasshopper materialized, then several hornets , two shiny black wasps, a drab brown damselfly, and a large azure-blue dragonfly.(12) The US has not only disturbed a hornets' nest ; it keeps on poking it.(13) To push that theological line, however, is still to stir up a hornets' nest .(14) In doing so, he seems to have stirred up a hornets' nest .(15) Bites from bees, wasps, hornets , yellow jackets and fire ants are typically the most troublesome.