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Edgy

In auto sales, a slang term describing a customer with a short or questionable credit history. An edgy customer may have difficulty obtaining financing for his/her purchase.
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18 /PRNewswire/ -- Jalopnik, one of the edgiest, most provocative automotive enthusiast sites on the World Wide Web just named the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe to its list of the BEST10 Cars for 2009.
The homage ignored one of Carson's edgiest moments, in 1981, the day after President Reagan had been shot.
Boys - we had better mention them - get the edgiest little stone-coloured shirt with patch pockets and a pair of zipdecorated cargo trousers that flop fetchingly onto suitably garish trainers.
TapouT, "an expression of combat known worldwide," produces the hottest, edgiest apparel for guys and girls and their distinctive logo graces everything from clothing, accessories, and gear, to bottled water and a magazine.
Kate Middleton's bridal gown is to be made by one of fashion's edgiest designers, it was claimed yesterday.
These co-designs, created by Chaz and the celebrities themselves, have turned Beverly Hills Pimps and Ho's into one of the edgiest and sexiest lines on the market today.
Jacobs' collection was one of the edgiest so far this week, but some of the shapes likely would be hard for any woman who is not 6 feet tall, slim and toned to pull off.
Fox: The edgiest of the networks either succeeds or fails spectacularly, and this season has seen more of the latter.
The stars ditched their clean-cut image and put on their edgiest gig ever at Belfast's Odyssey Arena.
The edgiest places will be selected by Alexa and the team at Pizza Hut.
The edgiest moment is the utterance of the phrase ``drunk driver.
Her music balances rocking pop/folk melodies and harmonies with thought provoking lyrics, integrating everything from the edgiest guitars, to soulful pianos, to deeply haunting rock or acoustic instrumentation and a 4-octave multi-dimensional vocal range.