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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.
Among the strips in the edgier and/or political area of comics sections are "The Boondocks," "Doonesbury," "Mallard Fillmore," "Pearls Before Swine," "Prickly City," and "Zippy the Pinhead.
Ray, the edgier of the duo, crafted five of the album's 11 cuts, giving them her signature rock sound and lyrical simplicity.
movies will show Friday, Saturday and Sunday, drawing on cult classics and edgier fare.
Who's to say which is edgier, that or Bruce's self-conscious rebelliousness?
The English-language films that were shown tended to be edgier stuff that might turn people off: John Waters's movies and Andy Warhol's films come to mind.
The Beagle StepFit as well as The BUDDY Tablet Caddy infomercials are being re-developed to be synonymous with the new edgier and gritty Muscle Flex brand.
X Factor octoband Stereo Kicks may have just split, but heart-throb Jake Sims is back in the studio and taking an edgier direction.
McEnroe said that a match would get a whole edgier if players had no umpires but a challenge system where players draw their own lines.
But it seems that Barclays has other plans for her as she can try to do some edgier roles with "Sons of Anarchy" season 7.
As you tour the elevated bohemianism of the Left Bank to the trendy Marais and edgier Belleville, you'll discover the cosmopolitan melting pot that influences Paris design trends.