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Some of the more staid red shades were still in evidence in the endcap displays, however, indicating that a younger, edgier audience is already keen on the film before it debuts on March 5, 2010.
It's a darker, edgier outing than its predecessor but is all the better for it.
Standout The Fox is altogether an edgier affair, with its stop-start staccato and suicidal story of relationship deceit.
Future variants could include edgier flavours, such as Cheese & Onion.
Our desire is to be more conversational, edgier and as transparent as we can.
For example, while licensing has become an increasingly important factor in the social expressions category, it has recently been taking on an edgier quality.
While scrapbooking appeals to more of the mothers-with-kids set, knitting has taken off with an edgier, more male demographic.
Monsoon's founder, Peter Simon, explains: "Monsoon Fusion will appeal to the fashion conscious customer and demonstrate a directional fashion vision with edgier and exciting pieces yet stay true to the Monsoon signature identity and handwriting.
Put together each year like a potluck with various musicians in different cities, Queerstock offers an edgier alternative to what some call the overly commercial lineups at many pride festivals.
The franchise has already taken an edgier turn with the casting of Daniel and a back to basics storyline' the presence of the cooler-than-thou Goldfrapp would be the icing on that cake.
Which is why I have to tip my hat to Ford's Mark Fields, who was recently reported to have told his company's designers to break the rules and devise bold designs, as opposed to oversized Passats and edgier Mazda6s.
Unlike Kabakov, Komar and Melamid are represented not by their early, edgier Sots Art pieces--which shook the entire unofficial milieu of the '70s--but instead by two canvases executed during their emigre period, from the series "Nostalgic Socialist Realism," 1981-83, which offer only a more controlled deconstruction of official Soviet myths.
THE 1994 chart may have been a very poppy one but the far edgier Britpop was about to change all that.
And James believes the idea is working: "I think we're getting fewer complaints because some people are skipping the page with the edgier and political comics.
Maximum often brings the edgier dramas of contemporary European choreographers into its mix.