cutting edge, copper-based Athlon microprocessor chip, formerly known as K-7."
Cox News Service
"But recently, the [Seattle Sounders minor league
soccer team's] plans to be on the cutting edge of American soccer have run into a big problem."
"Putman, who operates her Ecart firm in Paris, also is widely credited with breathing new, cutting-edge life into hotel design after she revamped the Morgans Hotel on Madison Avenue in New York in 1982."
"It's not every day an accountant is at the cutting edge of technology."
Tacoma, Washington, News Tribune
"Shields hasn't been 'cutting-edge' since she was a teen-ager and nothing came between her and her Calvins."
Ohio's Columbus Dispatch
"You must be 18 to attend, because the cutting-edge puppetry here can be violent, sexual or too brainy for younger fans."
Atlanta Journal and Constitution
"There is no question that New Tampa is cutting edge in almost every way."
"The larger medical centers, with a greater arsenal of specialists, advanced imaging technology and cutting-edge clot-dissolving therapies, can attack massive stroke by using angiography to apply dissolving agents directly to the clot."
Cleveland's Plain Dealer
from more than 800 references during the last two weeks in August
"If all goes as planned, Fab 30 by the end of the year will begin yielding its primary and perhaps only product: the