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  • noun Plural form of maven.

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Examples

  • Her Post-Extinction Fossil Grotto was the hit of this summer's Laguna Art Museum's Art Shack exhibit where the name mavens of LowBrow were invited to create their versions of beach lore "surf shacks" in the museum.

    Mat Gleason: Laurie Hassold: Interview With a Sculptural Vampire

  • Her Post-Extinction Fossil Grotto was the hit of this summer's Laguna Art Museum's Art Shack exhibit where the name mavens of LowBrow were invited to create their versions of beach lore "surf shacks" in the museum.

    Mat Gleason: Laurie Hassold: Interview With a Sculptural Vampire

  • In seeking ever-bigger market share, record label mavens have disregarded the maverick origins of a proud American music form.

    Why Country Music Is Losing Its Soul

  • These individuals were what most people call “car nuts” but marketing experts term mavens, individuals who possess a high degree of interest and expertise about some type of product.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • These individuals were what most people call “car nuts” but marketing experts term mavens, individuals who possess a high degree of interest and expertise about some type of product.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • It's also the gunners and special teams "mavens" - as Al Michaels referred to both Kasim Osgood (San Diego) and Darrel Reid (Indianapolis) on Saturday night.

    FOXSports.com News

  • There's this interesting dynamic in "viral" marketing - everyone searches for mavens to advocate their product, but the real successes are when the mavens are a surprise.

    corporate therapists

  • There's this interesting dynamic in "viral" marketing - everyone searches for mavens to advocate their product, but the real successes are when the mavens are a surprise.

    corporate therapists

  • There's this interesting dynamic in "viral" marketing - everyone searches for mavens to advocate their product, but the real successes are when the mavens are a surprise.

    Marketing

  • These media mavens are the same fine folks who give you KulonGOWski, phonetically.

    What, no Denny Smith? (Jack Bog's Blog)

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