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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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Taken from her third album, Britney, it's pop music at its edgiest. I often award bonus points to pop singles for singalongability - the karaoke factor - lord help us if any 12 year-old attempts this.
While they embrace personal freedoms their parents never dreamed of, even the edgiest kids aren't challenging the authority of their parents, or the Communist system they fought for.
As Chairman Mao (or maybe it was Paul Lynde) once said: "Let a thousand queer flowers bloom!" I love when people are gathered in a homo-friendly alternative art space, sleazy drag bar, or independent coffeehouse to have a unique nonglobal experience of the edgiest, purest, trashiest, most amazingly fabulous queer expression that money or love can buy.
The 12 shades chosen from hundreds of fall makeup colors to be featured in the story represent the edgiest and most versatile colors that best reflect the trends for fall: gray, plum, khaki, olive, bronze and -- a newcomer -- yellow.
Aiming to redistribute the power in fashion to those that are pushing the envelope with the best and edgiest designs, Deux Hommes is a refreshing presence.
Zayn's style is definitely the edgiest in the band.
With the two counties having formed the edgiest rivalry in football over the past decade while their club sides have also become entangled in unseemly disciplinary affairs, there is extra spice to the upcoming encounter with Kerry needing two points in Omagh to preserve their Division One status.
But he also has one of the finest, edgiest blues voices you can find.
Just launched in Bahrain, Trends Haus aims to be the island's edgiest furniture showroom presenting some of Germany and the world's most renowned interior brands.
Thankfully one of TV's funniest and edgiest comedy shows returns this week to cheer us up.
Donal, who visited criminal hotspots in America, Mexico, South Africa and Italy for new series World's Toughest Towns, said: "Paris is probably the edgiest place we went to.