sharp cutting edge

sharp cut·ting edge

(shahrp kŭting ej)
Fine line formed by pointed junction of instrument face and lateral surface.
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*By material, sterile blades are expected to dominate the market since they can provide a sharp cutting edge for high efficiency, enabling cleaner incisions and superior cutting
"The grinding process also creates a very sharp cutting edge on the metering chamber, which is critical to cleanly cutting through long-grain powders," said Robin Sharpless, Redding's vice president.
Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN was awarded the 2017 Sharp Cutting Edge Award at the Amerian Association of Nurse Practitioners 2017 National Conference in June 2017.
Floral Pavilion, New Brighton, tonight, 8pm Love Bombs and Apples A comic and poignant work from award winning playwright Hassan Addulrazzak (Baghdad Wedding, The Prophet), this one-man play is extremely funny with a sharp cutting edge for today's multicultural Britain.
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The American College of Nurse Practitioners awarded Ryan the 2007 Nancy Sharp Cutting Edge Award in recognition of her service to increase the visibility of nurse practitioners and to enhance the lives of patients, her Linked In page notes.
"He may not bring a razor sharp cutting edge to the team, but that may have more to do with the way Wales use him rather than any individual weak-k ness.
Having taking the initiative, the Ospreys now started to really show what the are capable of, playing at a high tempo and delivering a sharp cutting edge.
But a honing steel isn't hard to use and is perfect for restoring a sharp cutting edge to your knives.
When grain and hay crops were harvested with a scythe, a sharp cutting edge was of prime importance.
Germany had begun in the ascendancy, but Italy soon came into the match strongly and, in contrast to their quarterfinal with England, this time they had a razor sharp cutting edge. Balotelli, criticized for missing chances against England, was at his confident and lethal best, first dispatching a header from Antonio Cassano's cross and then firing in spectacularly as Germany's defense went to pieces.