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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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Good approach play often let down by wasteful finishing leading to frustration and edginess during the closing minutes.
But aside from its rapid growth, Al Jazeera's editorial edginess is its mark of distinction.
She creates a mesmerizing blend of serenity and edginess, despair and hope.
It still, in fact, retains an edginess that hints at its sordid past.
The sound quality is good, with plenty (but not an overbearing amount) of midbass energy and no trace of edginess in the treble regions.
There is a techno-chic edginess to Vellux that makes it a great fit for the fashion market," said Karen Deniz, vice president of marketing communications for Dyersburg.
the collection incorporates the edginess of Hallmark's popular Shoebox line.
Edginess is apparently de rigueur in music: "Flutist To Bring Her Edgy, Progressive Sound To Town," promised a Houston Post headline recently.
Sowell says that because of America's edginess about its own racial problems, Americans resist the very idea that certain groups have developed certain skills or filled certain niches around the world.
Many of the participants said they felt calm and relaxed--a stark contrast to the usual anxiety and edginess experienced by people who try to stop, Killen said.
Riding down to south-west France and the foothills of the Pyrenees, Jurancon is known predominantly for sweet whites, but local grapes (gros and petit manseng) also produce dry whites with a citrusy edginess such as Domaine Cauhape, Jurancon Sec Chant des Vignes 2014 (PS8.
Vuckic admitted he was knocked out by the atmosphere generated by 48,000 Rangers fans, even if the loss of the goal led to an edginess until Lee Wallace scored midway through the second half.