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- n. Variant of maven.
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- n. Alternative form of maven.
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- n. someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
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One bon-bon is "Spinning Caesar's murder", a book review by Mary Beard, who is a mavin on the era.
I had a friend over for supper last night, a traveling tech mavin who works for a hotel chain setting up their software and networking.
She goes from a cheesecake actress to raving red and feminist, to aerobics mavin, to UN busy-body (courtesy of new $$$ hubby Turner after dumping radical husband #1).
However, the task sometimes stopped unexpectedly at 00: 00 and resumed to run 24 hours later. web mavin replied to wilson wong on Monday, February 08, 2010 11: 04 PM
It is important to realise that a respected mavin does not be dressed to be someone who is known far and wide in every part of the world.
I have the straits settlement coins. 10 and 20 cents. check out mavin auctions in singapore .. they have a lot of these thingeys
The taxi uncle say he gimme old note i say ok .. n he gave me. knn i wanna use it seems like thid ah tiong dunno ish old notes mai accept. haha mavin is like prada and gucci to me .. lol hahah when i tried to use the brunei note, the ah tiong tot i wanna scam him with malaysia note. .lol
We also shore up signing up as regards our mavin in of aid football picks at the docilely of the page.
There are also rumors that owner Luke McCann (obviously a marketing mavin!) has instructed staff to admit only the 'beautiful people' (of which I'm sure there are many in well-heel'd Rosedale) to tables for dinner.
I am sad that style mavin was so kind as not to see thru her for a long time.