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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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has always managed a large collection of popular licenced characters, including the Care Bears and Strawberry Shortcake, it has recently been adding such edgier properties as Pretty Freekin' Scary, Sushi Pack and Maryoko Yummy to its portfolio.
Acknowledging that even the most experienced cataract surgeon can encounter unfortunate circumstances, the contributors describe aspects of the edgier side of procedures, such as subluxated cataracts, dislocated lens fragments, suprahard or posterior polar cataracts, infectious endophthalmitis, and miotic pupils.
Put together each year like a potluck with various musicians in different cities, Queerstock offers an edgier alternative to what some call the overly commercial lineups at many pride festivals.
Which is why I have to tip my hat to Ford's Mark Fields, who was recently reported to have told his company's designers to break the rules and devise bold designs, as opposed to oversized Passats and edgier Mazda6s.
Yet, when I asked Akiko, in the company's Kyoto shop, she explained, with great concentration, that Peach John imports many of its lines from popular designers such as Betsy Johnson, an American known for her edgier styles.
Unlike Kabakov, Komar and Melamid are represented not by their early, edgier Sots Art pieces--which shook the entire unofficial milieu of the '70s--but instead by two canvases executed during their emigre period, from the series "Nostalgic Socialist Realism," 1981-83, which offer only a more controlled deconstruction of official Soviet myths.
THE 1994 chart may have been a very poppy one but the far edgier Britpop was about to change all that.
And James believes the idea is working: "I think we're getting fewer complaints because some people are skipping the page with the edgier and political comics."
Maximum often brings the edgier dramas of contemporary European choreographers into its mix.
Ray, the edgier of the duo, crafted five of the album's 11 cuts, giving them her signature rock sound and lyrical simplicity.
Weems describes What Matters Most as "politically edgier" than her previous works, but like her previous works as feminist in its perspective--and unapologetically so.
movies will show Friday, Saturday and Sunday, drawing on cult classics and edgier fare.