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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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SheOs one of the few characters who looks like her clothes didnOt come from Albert Square market, and with her tumbling mane of ringlets and spike heels she looks more West End than East End.
Wielding some kind of futuristic gadget, this prototypical office worker was ultra-thin and wore several-inch spike heels as she sat in a transparent chair with a subtle yet distinct resemblance to a martini glass.
Seven stories down, a blowsy set of curls is teetering through the hot June day on spike heels that, step by step, appear below a sidewalk-length fake-leopard coat.
It is also the name that French photographer Kader Attia has given to his color-slide installation about the lives of these several hundred "creatures" (as they call themselves) who have left Algeria under threat of murder, made their way clandestinely into France, and, for lack of working papers, "landed" on the sidewalks of the boulevard Ney in their wigs, miniskirts, and spike heels.
A woman in tight leather pants and open jacket, spike heels and Night Porter cap played ringmistress to this bizarre dressage.
From spike heels, to tractor-tread soles and platforms, the season's key trends are represented, each with Chloe's signature green soles.
Evans took the stage in full diva regalia -- leather hot pants and what had to be five- or six-inch spike heels -- and launched off with "Born to Fly,'' a soaring piece of country pop that featured a high-flying fiddle.
Try this little number from Aftershock, with Topshop's super-shiny, spike heels, to get her look.
Much more, in fact, than a 6,000-pound elephant-which explains why elephants can walk on grass but women in spike heels can't without sinking into the ground.
with long, slender feet and legs, walking in their spike heels,
Now, the first implements I pack are four-inch spike heels, which I purchased on my 2005 pilgrimage to tango mecca Buenos Aires.
Her co-star Suvari kept her fashion statement short in a gold, silver and black minidress by Alessandro Dell'Acqua with gold spike heels and a tousled blond 'do.