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stiletto

[stə′led·ō]
(electronics)
An advanced electronic subsystem contained in United States strike aircraft type F-4D for detection, identification, and location of ground-based radars; the location of radar targets is determined by direction finding and passive ranging techniques; it is used for the delivery of guided and unguided weapons against the target radars under all weather conditions.
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In the summer my feet do get hot and sweaty but I'll still wear my stilettoes.
I've got about 30 pairs, and that's just stilettoes.
Marlene Dietrich was one of the first to wear them in the movies, Ava Gardner had special pairs designed for her and the Queen wore stilettoes to her Coronation.
She revealed: "I put in a lot of practice, but it is a tradition amongst the women in my family to wear stilettoes, so I had to persevere .
Which is why men have always loved to watch a woman waltz by in her stilettoes.