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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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Perfect Little Planner is available in three themes: Rustic, Romantic and Edgy. Perfect Little Planner: Beachy, the definitive planner for Beach and Destination Weddings will be released June 2018.
Lastly, I asked about published books that are edgy, but don't necessarily cross the line, and even open up discussions about difficult topics.
CASINO ROYALE (ITV, Friday, 10.45pm) DANIEL CRAIG gives James Bond a new lease of life with this edgy, breathtaking entry in the franchise.
Among the top 3 edgy looks that she sported at the premiere events, which one do you think suited best her personality?
The exhibition is made up for ten pieces inspired by women's empowerment, entitled: "'Seeing,' 'Painful Success,' 'Wisdom,' 'Storm,' 'Wiser,' 'Dream,' 'Blue,' 'Life,' 'Children,' and 'Mummy.' The works are for sale, and Edgy expressed his preference to see the collection kept as a whole.
Edgy has been into painting for over 15 years but showcasing his works at private functions.
In the past, the designers have created both a modern, interpretation of the traditional ghutra as well as fun, edgy T-shirts.
"I think that they are within bounds for an edgy fashion magazine published by The New York Times," he said.
The edgy beauty supply purveyor continues to expand--this 2,200 s/f of space marks the store's 21st store nationwide, with locations across New York City, The Hamptons, and Miami.
"You will see some pieces of my work are quite dark and moody, a bit edgy."
On the surface Scorsese's film works well as an edgy thriller, with Damon and DiCaprio playing their murderous game of cat and rat.