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leading edge

1. adjective (hyphenated and used before a noun) Of or being the most advanced position, practice, or technology in a given area, activity, or endeavor. Scientists at the local university are pioneering the nation's most leading-edge cancer research. The company has released some of the most leading-edge smartphones in the world.
2. noun The most advanced position, practice, or technology in a given area, activity, or endeavor. The work their organization is doing at the moment is the leading edge of public health. Anthony's fascination with gadgetry always has him at the leading edge of the latest technology.
See also: edge, leading
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We're very excited to add these two firms to our membership," said Gary Shamis, CPA, Managing Partner of SS&G Financial Services and Chairman of The Leading Edge Alliance.
Through The Leading Edge Design Competition, participants have the opportunity to create environmentally comprehensive residential designs, utilizing energy as an element of the design process, to develop new concepts in residential construction," said Judy Woolen of the Southern California Gas Co.
The Leading Edge solution uses intelligent and intuitive programming so that students can now have that same face-to-face interaction with instructors in a live or on-demand basis.
Visit Betty and the rest of the Leading Edge team exhibiting in the MediaSite booth (Sands M10145) and presenting daily at the Virage booth (Sands M10053).
The Leading Edge product line for 2001 includes five new putters available in standard and long-shafted versions.
We've made it a priority to stay on the leading edge of emerging J.
The unique "wing" shape of the Leading Edge putters enhances heel and toe weighting and provides an extremely large sweet spot.
Commented Anderson, "We are extremely pleased to add the Leading Edge brand to our expanding stable of brands.
are spending more on training than ever before, the gap between the leading edge companies and the average company is widening - and companies that don't bridge that gap may face bottom line repercussions, the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) said today.