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  • noun Plural form of maybe.

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Examples

  • And this does not take into account the titles that are "maybes" - any fantasy lover knows some of those of course, but I will be looking also for a bunch of titles outside sff that may or may not be published in 2010; I do not intend to list for now titles without reasonably firm 2010 dates.

    Liviu's Top Ten Anticipated Novels of 2010

  • Stop with your "maybes" -- that's just speculation!

    unalog

  • IF your brain starts wondering about "what ifs" or "maybes" - stop it.

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  • He says that "maybes" sometimes are necessary to protect relationships.

    The Many Powers of Maybe

  • Since I have just finished reading 50 books from my 2010 Anticipated List of roughly 100 including "maybes" and since recently I have done a post with twelve 2010 novels that impressed me so far - 10 from my expected list and 2 surprises - I decided to do a short post with two more upcoming 2010 novels that I have read in the meantime and were awesome.

    Two Upcoming Novels that I Cannot Stop Talking About

  • With all these "maybes," what are we to make of this chocolate-depression association?

    For the weekend: Bittersweet news about chocolate

  • With all these "maybes," what are we to make of this chocolate-depression association?

    For the weekend: Bittersweet news about chocolate

  • Not that everyone has the best intent, it's just that when it comes to Hollywood stuff, there are 99 "maybes" for every 1 "yes."

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Not that everyone has the best intent, it's just that when it comes to Hollywood stuff, there are 99 "maybes" for every 1 "yes."

    Petting the Pony

  • I got the ball rolling with my Top 10 Anticipated Novels of 2010 and I will include the rest roughly 80 books and mention the 10 or so "maybes" in two more posts.

    Liviu's Anticipated 2010 Releases Part 2

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