In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- News mavens should be advised that this is a story that points up the difference between the main-line media and blogs.
- Academics and poverty mavens know this to be the case, though they try to soften the harshness of its implications.
- But, typically, more than a few self-appointed culture mavens and media snobs were snickering under their breath.
- Opera mavens head to Milan for Verdi, Bayreuth for Wagner.
- So she did, and now she's a book publishing maven as well.
- I'm glad that he pointed out that being a great type designer does not make one a typewriter history maven.
- I'm not a federalism maven; though I've followed the Court's jurisprudence here, I can't claim deep expertise.
- Usage mavens generally advise that such phrases ought to connect to the subject of the following clause, rather than to a noun phrase in some other position.
- He became the impeachment maven even though he had no clear expertise related to the questions at hand.
- Blues fans, music historians, and guitar mavens will flock to secure this rare disc.
- But that's what rock 'n' roll is all about, say the fashion mavens.
- I'm not enough of a poll maven to give a precise enumeration or history, but that's really uncommon.
- Some privacy mavens see them as a step toward a world where everything we own becomes a potential bug that can track us everywhere and all the time.
- Our neighbor Elizabeth fancied herself a paint maven, proclaiming that light colors dried darker and dark colors dried lighter.
- I swear to you, if my father starts wearing his beige and brown leisure suit again, I will make the fashion mavens responsible for this pay.
- Many specialists, former regulators, and industry mavens say they believe the new regime is moving in the right direction.
- Maybe I'm mistaken, since I'm not an appellate procedure maven (and maybe I'd be mistaken even if I was).
- These pure language mavens always come up with the notion people who use language that shocks their shell-pink ears are simply lacking in vocabulary.
- Many marketers and brand mavens see them as identical.
- In the buzzing, blooming confusion of human choices and actions, such knowledge can be harder to pin down than many social research mavens care to admit.
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