The cutting edge is a position the U.S. aches to maintain globally, and with innovation comes both savings and impact.
“Americans thought then we were at the cutting edge figuring out typhus and yellow fever,” says Bennett.
Buying a Rozendaal is both relatively cheap and cutting edge.
And though fMRI research is on the cutting edge, it is actually based on an old-fashioned observation.
Michael Schmidt has designed a 3-D printed dress for Dita Von Teese, and cutting edge pieces for Madonna and Tina Turner.
A carving-chisel is very useful in working on odd-shaped pieces, because the cutting edge is bevelled on both sides.
Many of these tools vary only in size and sweep of cutting edge.
It must be ground with a cutting edge, and very sharp, so that it may freely penetrate into the copper, and not merely scratch it.
Next to the blade on the end of which is the cutting edge, is the shank, Fig. 65.
Its small quadrate teeth are very much like those of the dogfish, their tips so turned aside as to form a cutting edge.
also cutting-edge, 1825 in the literal sense (often at first with reference to plows); figurative sense is from 1964.