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Sentence count:79+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-14Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: puttingabuttingjuttingpledgedunfledgedbutt inwingedlettingMeaning: n. 1. the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading position in any movement or field 2. the sharp cutting side of the blade of a knife cutting-edge. adj. in accord with the most fashionable ideas or style. 
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1 The deck represents the cutting edge in CD reproduction.
2 This shipyard is at the cutting edge of world shipbuilding technology.
3 But this is the cutting edge of labor.
4 We seem to lack the cutting edge right now.
5 There s no cutting edge at the moment.
6 But the cutting edge doesn't come cheap.
7 The decade's retreat from the cutting edge is certainly in evidence.
8 Cutting edge: A small Stockton hair salon is proving it is a cut above the rest in competitions.
9 In part two: cutting edge ... the powerboat racers set for the world championships.
10 They fear that its place at the cutting edge of environmental radicalism has been taking by groups such as Earth First.
11 Guivier's discoveries placed him at the cutting edge of medical research.
12 Each at the cutting edge of possibility within its own historical context,( each a breakthrough in the standards of its day.
13 Both Dada and Surrealism were once at the cutting edge of art and design.
14 It is the cutting edge of Hartlepool's economy increasing profits, turnover, employees and training.
15 Despite lacking the cutting edge, Villa continued to create openings throughout the second half.
16 Amazingly, he accomplished that while dancing on the cutting edge.
17 If Pearce had been fit, we would have won. We missed the cutting edge he would have given us.
18 The team are relying on Gregg to give them a cutting edge .
19 We're relying on him to give the team a cutting edge.
20 Badly blunted blades can also be finished on this before being given a new cutting edge on the honing wheel.
21 As president of a modeling agency, Page Parkes follows the cutting edge.
22 It is therefore entirely appropriate that today Pompeii still represents the cutting edge of archaeological research and development.
23 But they're often good enough for the task, and usually right at the cutting edge of technology.
24 How does it feel, 8 years later, to still be at the cutting edge of feminist art practice?
25 She was a theorist whose intellectual speculations placed her at the cutting edge, even among civil rights activists.
26 Brookside, as in its earliest days, had pretensions to be at the cutting edge of a social issue.
27 However, we now understand that the imagery of the cutting edge is so much stronger and powerful than we believed.
28 Any man who has taken his brothers to court three times since 1980 must have a cutting edge to his personality.
29 In fact, this white-owned company was often on the cutting edge of new directions.
30 However, it all boils down to execution at the cutting edge.
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