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edgy

Art (of paintings, drawings, etc.) excessively defined
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NBC UNIVERSO is championing the effort to bring Latinos the world-class sports and modern, edgy entertainment they want and deserve, and watching this compelling content in HD is important to them," said Ruben Mendiola, President, NBC UNIVERSO.
05pm) THIS enjoyably edgy comic-book action comedy sees Aaron Taylor-Johnson cast as an American teenager who becomes a real-life superhero.
Director Stefan Ruzowitzky (who made Oscar-winner The Counterfeiters) has crafted a supremely edgy film that makes great use of stunning wintery locations.
Muscat: It was a mix of edgy, explorative ballet and classical, romantic ballet at the Royal Opera House Muscat last Thursday and Friday, thanks to the Suzanne Farrell Ballet.
Edgy explained that he was aiming to host the event in "the hottest location in the world that is also safe and beautiful.
Talking to Qatar Tribune on Monday, Edgy said his concept was to promote art in a natural setting.
MICK McCarthy says Sunday's Black Country derby will be tight and edgy.
The former Happy Days star explained: "I always acted in comedies as a young guy, and early in my career as a director I was basically a comedy director, but I never did anything quite as edgy as this.
Complete with the brand's raw and edgy style, the new addition comes in Zermatt Silver with contrasting Santorini Black finish to the roof and wheel arches.
SYDNEY: Australian actor HEATH LEDGER, who was found dead in his New York apartment, was edgy and anxious during his Christmas holidays about not seeing his daughter Matilda, said close friend and model SOPHIE WARD.
The edgy beauty supply purveyor continues to expand--this 2,200 s/f of space marks the store's 21st store nationwide, with locations across New York City, The Hamptons, and Miami.