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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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Summary: Local ladies can now get their stilettos straight from the source.
Glamour, elegance, razor sharp, scarlet: the stiletto made in Italy has been significant to the story since Kurt Geiger first opened on Bond Street in 1963.
But their event could be at risk because they cannot find enough stilettos for the many male walkers.
ONCE banished to Chavland, the white stiletto is preparing for a spectacular comeback.
Sport enthusiast and radio presenter, Tashiya Kalondo and Erich Muinjo emerged victorious at the first ever Stilettos Olympic held in Windhoek on Saturday, 26 November.
Could you tell me where I can buy plastic caps for stiletto heels?
Which means you think you can walk a mile in my stiletto shoes
So, in the name of research, I slipped into a pair of five-inch size nine stilettos and tried to walk tall for a day.
Nicola McLean has invited the cameras into her home for a new reality TV show Studs & Stilettos.
I said I would support the charity by 'walking a mile' in gold open-toe stilettos.
The Stiletto Golf Society, based in Warwickshire, was set up to give businesswomen a chance to catch up with male colleagues used to making contacts while practising their swing and lowering their handicap.
At first blush, the marketing equation for used Stilettos seems obvious--young speed demons willing to rough it on the water.