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    on razor's edge

    Is there 'the' in the idiomatic expression 'to stand on (the) razor's edge?

    You are standing on (the) razor's edge. Be careful for safety's sake.

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    Re: on razor's edge

    I always remembered it as "on a razor's edge."

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