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fringe in Hair & beauty topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_127_cfringefringe1 /frɪndʒ/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 British EnglishDCB if you have a fringe, your hair is cut so that it hangs down over your forehead syn bangs American English a tall girl with straight brown hair and a fringe2 DECORATEa decorative edge of hanging threads on a curtain, piece of clothing etc3 on the fringes (of something) the lunatic fringe at lunatic(3)
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fringeToday, its population has shrunk to only seven known populations on the distant fringes of metropolitan Southern California.When she arrived at the edge of the covert, she made her way cautiously along its downhill fringes.a lunatic fringe of cranks and reactionaries, who probably still believe that the earth is flatSlowly people are moving away from the marginal fringe.Crusading journalist William Lloyd Garrison represented the radical fringe.I should say, it was the scum fringes of each group, not the majority of decent followers of the game.The terrorist fringe condemned the decision and threatened to use force.Hockey moved from the fringe to the mainstream when it went from a specialty item to a staple.Something exploded on the fringe of his vision and sent out jagged streaks of orange flame like cartoon electricity.In reality, however, even when the electrons are sent one at a time, the fringes still appear.