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edge

( one's way) across (something) to make one's way across something carefully. The hikers edged their way across the narrow ledge. Now, edge your way across and don't look down.

edge

n. drunkenness; the early stage of intoxication from alcohol or drugs. (see also have an edge on.) She was beginning to show a little edge, but she obviously still could drive.
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When it comes to exterior, the Sharp smartphone features the brilliant edgeless display.
Edgeless, soulless, attitude-less pap whose over-riding sound is ker-ching.
Even so, this is a safe, edgeless cinematic after-school special.
Many of these works evoke Robert Irwin's formal experiments with light and shadow-play, as manifest in his edgeless convex discs of 1965 to 1969.
Step by slow step until we are edgeless and smoothed out.
One day at a time" and so forth), and prays to a God who never appears and in whom he does not believe: "when he [Gately] tries to achieve a Big-Picture spiritual understanding of a God as he can understand Him, he feels Nothing--not nothing but Nothing, an edgeless blankness that somehow feels worse than the sort of unconsidered atheism he Came In with.
Completely edgeless, ABC's "Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story" steers clear of investigative bio techniques and focuses instead on pie-eyed wonder, cutesy outfits and aren't-I-sweet numbers.
When these clusters were subsequently irradiated by another laser of sufficient power, they appeared to come apart in two-atom fragments, consistent with the types of carbon-carbon bonds that would be present in a closed, edgeless shell.
HOLLYWOOD -- When all eyes are on the red carpet during one of Hollywood's biggest nights, celebrity's eyes will be on the virtually edgeless picture delivered by Samsung's flagship LED TV.
But unlike its disbanded predecessor, 5SOS is configured like a conventional rock band, with each member brandishing a musical instrument that he enthusiastically played to produce a spunky, if a little edgeless, pop-punk sound that had the young crowd jumping.
n] : n [greater than or equal to] 0}, the set of edgeless graphs, the definitions of conditional k-colouring and k-colouring coincide.
The design is almost edgeless and the machine has a thickness of barely an inch.
Windows 8 gives Microsoft and our partners the opportunity to think differently and creatively about hardware design with new materials, hinges, touch panels and edgeless displays," said Parker on Microsoft site.
Here is an example of the coproduct on the basis element corresponding to {1} [subset] [4], where subsets of [n] are illustrated as circled subsets of the circled edgeless graph on n nodes numbered left to right: