edge by

edge by (someone or something)

To move very carefully past someone or something. To avoid the person on the corner handing out fliers, Millie edged by him and didn't make eye contact. The path was so narrow that I had to edge by the pond to avoid tumbling into it.
See also: by, edge

edge by (someone or something)

to move carefully past someone or something. Try to edge by the portly gentleman carefully. He is very grumpy about being bumped. Edge by as carefully as you can.
See also: by, edge
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On the front pattern, draw the pocket edge by connecting the dart point to the side seam with a slightly diagonal line (1).
These multi-stage sharpeners can actually improve the 15-degree factory edge by creating a multi-bevel, gothic arch on the blade, providing more metal support for the edge and, thus, greater edge durability.
You can support ONS: Edge by attending the activities that it produces.
Firms that do not have a direct connection to the Direct Edge infrastructure can use Connect Edge by cross connecting from within their own facility to one of Direct Edge's three points of presence, located at Equinix NY4, Savvis and Telx centres in New Jersey.
At each unlike edge (edges of different types) intersection of a contributing edges become a noncontributing edge becomes a contributing edge by exxhanging output pointers.
Steam the edge, "training" the edge by hand to wave evenly.
Gently pull the bobbin thread tails to evenly gather each pocket upper edge by 1" (5).