razor blade

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ra·zor·blade

also ra·zor blade  (rā′zər-blād′)
n.
A thin, sharp-edged piece of steel that can be fitted into a razor.

razor blade

n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a small rectangular piece of metal sharpened on one or both long edges for use in a razor for shaving
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Children as young as 12 have been caught using razor blades, flick knives and even machetes in the past two years.
Dollar sales showed a year-on-year decline in the categories of gastrointestinal tablets, sanitary napkins/tampons, eye cosmetics, razor blades, first aid accessories and hair coloring.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: | |Mohammed Zaman Ali, 35, from Clare Road in Grangetown, Cardiff, admitted stealing razor blades worth PS200, then more razor blades worth PS429.
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TOP razor blades have soared in price - prompting more men to grow stubble.
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Launched in 2013, the Baltimore-based company was founded by Phil Masiello and Steven Krande after the two noted the high prices of razor blades in retail stores while traveling on a business trip.
But even here, asking shoppers to shell out $50 for razor blades simply illustrates a potential problem for this long-profitable and extremely important segment of the HBC category.
Leanne Martin, 29, of Tanyard Farm, Tile Hill, admitted stealing razor blades worth PS317.
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