It is written as one word: …. Here may and be are two separate words, whereas maybe is one word: ….
Urban Dictionary: Maybe
Maybe or perhaps? Maybe and perhaps are adverbs that mean the same thing. We use them when we think something is possible, but we are not certain. We use maybe mostly in front or end position whereas perhaps is used in front, mid and end position: …. These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web.
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Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. Ifs and buts and maybes will not do. From the Hansard archive. There are too many questions, and too many maybes.
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Everything else—every other item—would depend on circumstances, happenstances and maybes. There are many 'ifs', 'buts' and 'maybes', because there is no other way for a diverse family of nations to share power. From Europarl Parallel Corpus - English. They have put their faith in a considerable number of maybes, possibles, and perhapses regarding future income streams. They started to act as self-conscious actors in the local arenas and, maybe even more important, they were recognised as such by locals and non-locals.
From Cambridge English Corpus.
Maybe because someone accompanies them, someone who gives them security and believes in their future. Beyond that, there is always hope of finding a better solution among the other local minima, and maybe the global minimum. The balloon escaping the child's hand maybe a first traumatic experience of the infinite universe, and 'anti-gravity'.
Anyone's guess, really, but maybe a clue is what often happens while working in the studio. Maybe parts of the dissemination problem are due to ignorance of important moral issues. Maybe there are people who want to read lazy voices and lazy books. Maybe one day, someone will ask for his autograph. Need a translator?
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go site Such thoughts have finally been given voice by Livan, whose research suggests that ranking performance reduces meritocracy. Livan created a numerical model to represent a society in which people seek to climb a ranking either by imitating the actions of top performers or by randomly trying out different actions — in other words by chance, or serendipity.
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Livan reports that the imitation of top performers turns out to be a self-defeating strategy that serves to consolidate the early advantage of a few lucky — and not necessarily talented — winners, leading to a very unequal, homogenised and effectively non-meritocratic society. Conversely, he says, serendipity favours meritocratic outcomes and prevents rankings from freezing.
Bees leave parts of their bodies ungroomed to do a better job of carrying pollen from one flower to another.
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When chilled, genes dial down and the normally tasty fruit loses its flavoursome molecules. Suppressing production of the protein myostatin gives mice greater muscle mass and improves kidney function. Digital Issues Buy a back issue. Renew my subscription Give a Gift Manage my subscription. News Mathematics 07 November Model suggests performance ranking reduces meritocracy. Do as he does or go with your gut?