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Being a maverick means paying for your subscriptions out of pocket.
Evidence for the maverick view that extrasolar planets are really small stars.
Instead, he became a distrustful, embittered and cantankerous maverick on the slopes.
That he took the chance to play a skirt-chasing congressional maverick is understandable, though.
You are the maverick who chooses to buck the accepted scientific orthodoxy.
He had always been a maverick — and he had always paid for it.
This maverick synthesis challenges commonly held assumptions.
It took courage and daring to print the germ theory pressed by the maverick scientists.
Just maverick enough to bring you a fresh and helpful point of view.
Being a maverick is not a crime.
Now a maverick geneticist says she may have the answer.
Sooner or later, an unknown startup or a true maverick will sneak up behind these squabbling old timers and steal the pot of gold.

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