The phrase cutting edge refers to the sharp side of a metal object, and, by extension, state-of-the-art developments in a field. This article is about the Amiga demo for other uses see State of the art (disambiguation.
In television and film:
- Cutting Edge (Channel 4 TV series), a 1990s/2000s British documentary series focussing on political and social issues
- The Cutting Edge, a 1992 romantic film
- Cutting Edge is an upcoming episode in the TV series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Cutting Edge is a British TV documentary series that focuses on political and Social issues For other uses see Cutting edge The Cutting Edge is a 1992 Romantic comedy film directed by Paul Michael Glaser The Cutting Edge Going for the Gold ( 2006) is an American romantic drama film that follows the 1992 film The Cutting Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an Emmy Award winning American Animated television series created and produced at Cartoon Network Studios
In literature/printed media:
See also The Cutting Edge is a Fantasy novel by Dave Duncan Plot introduction "The world of Pandemia seethes with tension as imperial troops Cutting Edge is a series of recordings made by the British Rock band Delirious?. Delirious? are an English Christian rock and worship band featuring Martin Smith on vocals and guitar Stuart Garrard (also known as Stu Bleeding edge is a term that refers to Technology that is so new (and thus presumably not perfected that the user is required to risk reductions in stability and productivity© 2009 citizendia.org; parts available under the terms of GNU Free Documentation License, from http://en.wikipedia.org
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