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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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Middle schoolers will probably like the edginess of the bound boggarts and hanging ghastlies.
But the conceptual edginess Koether packs into her pictures is equally important.
An arsenal of new weaponry, high-tech combat vehicles, plus a few surprises and plot twists help maintain the game's edginess.
This year actually dealing with the health care meltdown could be the difference for a candidate looking for that winning "edginess." In just a few years more than 100 million Americans will bc without adequate health coverage, and the average annual cost of family coverage will exceed $15,000.
We started well but we do have that edginess where, if we get the first goal, we will kick on and play better but, when it goes against us, it knocks us a little bit.
I don't mean that literally, she'd have to say." As a storyteller, one of Robinson's great strengths rests in his ability to realize the edginess inherent within situations, an edginess quite like what Mary Gaitskill achieves throughout Bad Behavior.
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.
(I suspect, however, that his recorder is a big hit when the group performs live, because of its surprise value.) The sound quality is good, with plenty (but not an overbearing amount) of midbass energy and no trace of edginess in the treble regions.
Our challenge is maintaining the creative edginess that helped fuel innovation in the past."