Moynihan is correct to say that cutting-edge scholars have been telling aspects of this history for decades.
The marriage equality fight was a critical test of mainstreaming a cutting-edge issue.
It is cutting-edge products like these that are helping define this new age of wireless entertainment.
This is not the most cutting-edge survey of the science of genetics.
But she is as much a role model to cutting-edge young women today as she was in 1962.
“Makes you feel like using a phone is a really futuristic, cutting-edge activity,” he said.
The bearing brackets for the hydraulic jacks were attached, as at the south shaft, to the inside of the cutting-edge brackets.
The cutting-edge should descend upon a strip of copper inserted in the iron, to prevent it from being dulled.
Bear in mind that the shape of the cut made by the plane will be a reversed copy of the shape of the cutting-edge.
The cutting-edge of the plane thus being at right angles with the surface of the board, the edge will be planed squarely across.
also cutting-edge, 1825 in the literal sense (often at first with reference to plows); figurative sense is from 1964.