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Edge - Touch of acrimony Edge - Periphery Edge - Handicap Edge - Winning margin Edge - Advantage Edge - Brink Edge - Nose (out) Edge - Margin Edge - Leg up Edge - Verge Edge - Nose out Edge - Keenness Edge - Lip Edge - Just beat Edge - Barely beat, with 'out' Edge - Fringe Edge - Head start Edge - Halftime lead, e.g Edge - Cutting part Edge - Superiority Edge - Beat by a nose Edge - Border Edge - Slight advantage Edge - Site of abutment Edge - Rim Edge - Skirt Edge - Competitive advantage Edge - Upper hand Edge - Sharp quality Edge - Harsh quality Edge - Sc johnson shave gel Edge - Greater likeliness to win Edge - Flange Edge - Racer's need Edge - Squeak past, in sports Edge - Sidle Edge - Move gingerly Edge - Result of honing Edge - You're tense on this Edge - Head start, say Edge - Honer's goal Edge - Perimeter Edge - Add fringe to Edge - Bite Edge - Beat by a whisker Edge - Barely beat Edge - Boundary Edge - Move bit by bit Edge - Whetter's concern Edge - Narrow winning margin Edge - Finish the lawn Edge - Outer limit Edge - Effectiveness Edge - Threshold Edge - Ragged part Edge - Chisel feature Edge - Cusp Edge - A bit of superiority Edge - Competitive plus Edge - Sharpness Edge - Competitive ___ Edge - Jumping-off point Edge - Better chance Edge - Trim the lawn and hedge? Edge - Beat, but barely Edge - Barbasol rival Edge - Add fringe Edge - Seat's most exciting part? Edge - Add a fringe to Edge - Place for the tense Edge - It may be cutting Edge - Drop-off point Edge - Border line Edge - Trim, in a way Edge - Word with cutting or leading Edge - What a sphere lacks Edge - Stropping result Edge - Barely better Edge - Beat slightly Edge - Outer limits Edge - Head start, e.g Edge - What trained athletes look for Edge - Defeat narrowly Edge - Part of a box Edge - Falling-off point Edge - Part of a blade Edge - Precipice Edge - Word in a maugham title Edge - "postcards from the ___" Edge - Defeat by a hair Edge - Good thing to have in competition Edge - Borderline Edge - Shaving cream brand Edge - Rim … or trim Edge - It can be the difference between winning and losing Edge - Place for a fringe Edge - Drop-off spot Edge - Head start, maybe Edge - Athletes look for it Edge - Hipness Edge - Move cautiously Edge - Trim or rim Edge - Sphere's lack Edge - Neaten, as a lawn Edge - One of a cube's 12 Edge - Good thing to have when competing Edge - Risky place to live? Edge - Beat by a hair Edge - Surface boundary Edge - Part that's sharp Edge - Just squeeze by Edge - Move sideways Edge - Sword part Edge - Advantageous position Edge - Table border Edge - Advance furtively Edge - Sharp side Edge - Sharp part of a blade Edge - Competitive __ Edge - Sharp part of a razor blade Edge - Move stealthily Edge - Sharp part Edge - Satirical bite Edge - Outer border Edge - Beat, but not badly Edge - Move by inches Edge - Win by a nose Edge - It may be jagged Edge - Scoring advantage Edge - Barely defeat Edge - Beat (out) Edge - Bad thing to go over Edge - Nervous, after "on" Edge - Innovative quality Edge - Word with "jagged" or "ragged" Edge - Outskirts Edge - Tracing place Edge - Ax feature Edge - Razor's sharp part Edge - Cutting ___ (vanguard) Edge - Cutting place Edge - Boundary line Edge - Sharp part of a knife Edge - Tense, after "on" Edge - Beat by a point or two Edge - Barbasol competitor Edge - Vantage Edge - Good thing to have in a competition Edge - Go cautiously Edge - Add fringe to, e.g Edge - Sword feature Edge - Suspenseful part of the seat Edge - Advance gradually Edge - S.c. johnson shaving gel Edge - Stropping target Edge - Spot for a daredevil Edge - Part of a razor Edge - Sharp border Edge - "the ___ of night" (tv soap) Edge - Work (in) Edge - Ad in, e.g Edge - Exciting seat part? Edge - Defeat, barely Edge - Intense quality Edge - Jumping-off place Edge - Just beat out Edge - Finish a lawn job Edge - What a jumpy person is on Edge - Razor's cutter Edge - What people are on during a nail-biter Edge - Razor feature Edge - On __: nervous Edge - Slight lead Edge - Sharp part of a razor Edge - Beat, barely Edge - Lyricist for broadway’s disastrous “spider-man,” with “the” Edge - Outer boundary Edge - Sword side Edge - Sharp side of a knife Edge - Jittery people are on it Edge - Blade's sharp side Edge - Added boost Edge - Advan-tage Edge - Move gradually Edge - Ford car Edge - Shaving gel brand Edge - Razor part Edge - U2 guitarist the ___ Edge - Hone Edge - Trim a lawn Edge - Cutting ___ (most advanced) Edge - Sharp side of a blade Edge - Do lawn work Edge - During 23 down one comes to the border Edge - The side that may be at the side of the road for the unaspirated Edge - Sidle to the border Edge - Beside this, perhaps, the dr. might get to the bottom of it Edge - Side or sidle Edge - Neither inside nor calm on this Edge - The border might need to clip from the unaspirated Edge - For a cockney, may grow next to the road Edge - Tense on the border like this Edge - Frontier Edge - Rim, border Edge - Cutting side of knife Edge - Margin, rim Edge - Border, rim Edge - 'margin, rim (4)' Edge - Border or boundary Edge - Outside limit Edge - 'border, boundary, rim (4)' Edge - Border or cutting side of knife Edge - Border, fringe Edge - Sharpened side of blade Edge - Line where soething begins or ends Edge - Rim,border Edge - Margin, fringe Edge - Boundary, rim Edge - Brink or border Edge - Rim or sharp side of knife Edge - Boundary of a surface Edge - Cutting side as of knife, or margin Edge - Honer's concern Edge - Brink of border Edge - Rim or slight advantage Edge - Move little by little to the border Edge - Sharpened side of a blade Edge - Double you on the border here to make it stick Edge - Onside not inside Edge - Sidle aside? Edge - Blade runner Edge - "the razor's __": maugham novel Edge - Part of a skate blade Edge - Best, but barely Edge - Trimmed hedges and verge Edge - Meeting place? Edge - Border, boundary Edge - Helpful kind of piece for a jigsaw puzzle doer Edge - Trimmed hedges and border Edge - Borderline advantage Edge - Small advantage Edge - Newspaperman gets half inch Edge - See 23 Edge - A marginal advantage Edge - The advantage of keenness Edge - The advantage being sharp gives one Edge - Side with competitive advantage Edge - The side with advantage Edge - Side having the advantage Edge - Advantage gained when bowler finds it ... Edge - Snick a boundary Edge - Battle, but no hill side Edge - Understandably, one is nervous on it Edge - Golf club with no front side Edge - The advantage of retired gentlemen Edge - A boundary gives us the lead Edge - Hit unconvincingly, getting boundary Edge - Inch's advantage Edge - The advantage, say, of the french revolution Edge - Removal of weight from golf club gives advantage Edge - Advantage in landed gentry Edge - Snick - boundary Edge - Border - meeting place Edge - Rim - move gradually Edge - Border - advantage Edge - Hem Edge - Requisite sharpness Edge - Border, boundary, rim Edge - Best by a bit Edge - Kind of piece in a jigsaw puzzle Edge - The ends of one's knowledge on the lip Edge - Make sharper Edge - See 28 down Edge - Cutting-___ (like the latest technology) Edge - Towards the end, knowledge is on the limit Edge - On ___ (nervous) Edge - Living on the ___ Edge - Club losing initial advantage Edge - Borderline advantage? Edge - Tip or top Edge - Benefit of one-upmanship Edge - "the ___ of glory" (lady gaga song) Edge - Outer area Edge - It's farthest from the middle Edge - Sharpness of voice Edge - Sword's side Edge - Word with jagged Edge - Part of a sword blade Edge - Move little by little Edge - Lawn border Edge - Towards the end, knowledge produced by fringe Edge - Business part of a blade Edge - Outer limitв Edge - Where film postcards come from? Edge - "postcards from the ---" Edge - "the ___ of night" (soap opera) Edge - One of 30 on an icosahedron Edge - It's often cutting Edge - Narrowly defeat Edge - It's uncomfortable to be on it Edge - Border guard wants heroin Edge - Little advantage Edge - What a slight favorite has Edge - Honer's target Edge - Chisel part Edge - Slight lead in the polls Edge - Ridge on which one is ill at ease? Edge - Boundary; advantage Edge - Side's marginal advantage Edge - Icky, davy, mike and peter Edge - Excitement; boundary Edge - Sharp side (of blade) Edge - Account book with no margins? just one Edge - Force surrendering hill at end of battle Edge - Nervous shot Edge - Border on which one is ill at ease Edge - Margin, outside limit Edge - & twenty down record label that first launched the smiths Edge - Get a touch Edge - Were yes close to a u 2 member? Edge - Side (of blade) Edge - Force a boundary Edge - Snick that could be catching Edge - It can be thin or thick and catching! Edge - Keenness is a slight advantage Edge - Advantage held by talented gents Edge - The side defeated generally has lost it? Edge - Garden mostly featuring good border Edge - Inch of hem Edge - Border; intense quality Edge - Border on which we're ill at ease Edge - Inch margin Edge - Intense quality; border Edge - Move furtively; intense quality Edge - Intense/striking quality Edge - Marginal advantage? Edge - Advantage in golf club? no women! Edge - What one brand may have over another? Edge - Intense quality; limit Edge - Final line from golf club banning wife Edge - Advantage of english degree, oddly Edge - Advantage sea has, rachel carson thought? Edge - Move carefully; limit Edge - Inch in length cut off shelf Edge - Spender's limit (of existence) Edge - An advantage in golf club, wife's not there! Edge - Border's club dropped opener Edge - Trimming top of garden growth is an advantage Edge - The advantage a sword has over a blunt weapon? Edge - Do some lawn work Edge - Side dish of potato served without wings Edge - Advantage director general found in trimmed down beeb Edge - Where a skate meets the ice Edge - Coin feature Edge - Advantage held by landed gentry Edge - The part farthest from the middle Edge - Border plant needs no introduction Edge - Inch; border Edge - Lip; advantage Edge - Rim; advantage Edge - It cuts one's advantage Edge - Border; advantage Edge - Border left off the shelf Edge - The limit, for example, of french backing Edge - Defeated general kept the advantage Edge - Inch of advantage Edge - A barrier of 'awthorn, say, is an advantage Edge - Bite lip Edge - Partly excited getting to the boundary Edge - Sidle, lip Edge - Sharp ridge Edge - Mishit boundary Edge - Journalist, for example, back on side Edge - Bbc official in middle of week gets advantage Edge - Are slow movers: an advantage Edge - Advantage the extreme outsider has Edge - Nick a boundary Edge - Move from the outskirts Edge - Women excluded from golf club side Edge - By way of illustration of parisian's mounting keenness Edge - Graeme --, drummer and one of the original members of the moody blues Edge - Boundary crossed by landed gentry Edge - ... starts to evanesce, duplicating geneva's eastern border Edge - Good english used by the person who needs it is an advantage Edge - Advantage of backing, say, given to editor Edge - Create borders, those of england and greece Edge - Side's superiority Edge - Advantage gained by club once wicket's taken Edge - Nick's slight advantage Edge - Advantage shown in financial document when uncovered Edge - The --, stage name of david howell evans, a member of the u2 rock band Edge - Balls up, say for side Edge - Satirical quality, often Edge - U2 guy, with 'the' Edge - Some bordering on 25 are evasive Edge - One of 12 in a cube Edge - Badgered without brad from trim Edge - Snick a boundary? Edge - Jigsaw puzzler's starting place Edge - It can get dull Edge - Narrowly defeat (with "out") Edge - Side to progress forward gradually Edge - English degree now and then gives you advantage Edge - A razor has one Edge - Advantage of four-speed gears Edge - Side, brink Edge - Advance slowly Edge - Border in seen in red, generally Edge - A möbius strip has just one Edge - Knife feature Edge - Advantage (informal) Edge - Keen quality Edge - Sharpen Edge - Slight advantage held by landed gentry Edge - A border we'd get trimmed at either end Edge - Fringe left off the shelf Edge - Jigsaw puzzle solver's start, often Edge - Favorable margin Edge - The ___ (u2 guitarist) Edge - Advantage, so to speak Edge - Inch considered generous, in part Edge - Boundary no batsman wants to get? Edge - Easy jigsaw puzzle piece Edge - Move slowly Edge - Do a lawn job Edge - Blade part Edge - One of a cube's dozen Edge - Sharpness that's even in heidegger? Edge - Sharp surface Edge - Sharpness is an advantage Edge - Windows 10's browser Edge - Nervous people are on it Edge - Soul producer Edge - Starting jigsaw puzzle piece, usually Edge - One of a die's dozen Edge - Perilous part of a precipice Edge - U2 guitarist Edge - What ac/dc's "razor" is on Edge - Faith no more "___ of the world" Edge - Iconic u2 guitarist Edge - Ac/dc "the razor's ___" Edge - Larry mullen, jr. bandmate Edge - Ac/dc "razor's ___" Edge - David howell evans nickname Edge - What aerosmith is "livin' on"? Edge - Minor threat "straight ___" Edge - Tokio hotel "on the ___" Edge - Member of u2, with "the" Edge - R&bers jagged ___ Edge - Aerosmith "livin' on the ___" Edge - Stevie nicks "___ of seventeen" Edge - Blessid union of souls "standing at the ___ of the earth" Edge - Exciting part of a seat? Edge - Pizza crust, e.g Edge - Seven mary three "water's ___" Edge - Patrolled german section of border Edge - Microsoft browser Edge - Limit club -- bar women! Edge - Business part of a knife Edge - Yes "close to the ___" Edge - Knife part Edge - Nick's advantage Edge - Brim Edge - Better but barely? Edge - Lippy type of characters involved in applied genetics Edge - 'postcards from the ___' (streep film) Edge - Narrow advantage Edge - Three-speed gears give one the advantage Edge - Perimeter or border Edge - Outer rim Edge - Guitarist with u2 Edge - Defeat by a whisker Edge - Jigsaw puzzler's starting place, usually Edge - __ wear (sign of tire underinflation) Edge - Satirical quality Edge - Advantage of top-cut grass Edge - Nip at the wire Edge - Acerbity of english magistrate missing nothing Edge - Word after cutting or leading Edge - Outer margin Edge - Some old-fashioned general has the advantage Edge - Ford crossover suv Edge - Bono's mate Edge - Grunge band playing here finally shows bite Edge - Part of a cutting tool Edge - Row of bushes, height not shown, forming border Edge - Every knife has one Edge - Boundary giving us the upper hand? Edge - Border surrounded germany, partly Edge - Barely beat (out)