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edgy

Art (of paintings, drawings, etc.) excessively defined
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The edgily close miking does the vibrantvoiced Radvanovsky no favors, being kinder to her darker-toned colleague.
They stand edgily on street-corners, hardly looking at each other.
Pietersen's vulnerability to left-arm spin has been much talked about in recent days and he edgily squirted Mehrab's first ball into the off-side.
Whichever, she pranced edgily to the far side of the lake then just exploded.
The latest design from the local, handmade line is the edgily romantic Old Bailey's Fleur Pendant, a unisex, sterling silver piece that retails for $263.
Walking expectantly but not edgily with travelling groom Brian Colleran tight by his head, and stable groom Pat Lillis at the taller Colleran's shoulder, George Washington heads for the high-street crossing, passing a group of mothers and toddlers who had decamped to a grassy patch by the roadside half an hour earlier as the O'Brien team of three trod the same path on their way to the St James's Palace Stakes.
Should you be tempted to show off your moves to the local talent, be warned - the music policy errs towards the edgily experimental and the avant-garde.
I begin by acknowledging at least one deflection from Derrida: my reading of Shelley's drama is edgily impatient with Prometheus as the hero whose drama of global revolution is presented largely as the imagined futurity of one possessive individual.
It strikes me as a bit strange but also consistent that the back cover of Altman's book includes a blurb by Vidal himself, where he praises Altman's analysis of the political and cultural landscape of the past sixty years, as well as the ascendant forces of America's global empire, which "his protagonist stands so edgily aslant.
Cain and Bizet--and his London-acclaimed, edgily textured but less than inventive Play Without Words, a struck-dumb homage to Joseph Losey's movie The Servant.