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Place of Origin:
Sichuan, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
OEM/ODM
Model Number:
GS029
Gender:
Women
Style:
Pumps
Upper Material:
sheepskin+cowhide
Lining Material:
pigskin
Insole Material:
EVA
Outsole Material:
TPR
Season:
Autumn, Spring, Summer, Winter
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lady footwear
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light green/customized color
OEM/ODM:
Accepted
Material:
genuine leather
Occasion:
Daily/Casual shoes
Size:
34-43
Feature:
sexy, elegant
MOQ:
60 Pairs (1 pair for trial)
Heel height:
6.5cm

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Idioms
  1. at discretion, at one's option or pleasure: They were allowed to work overtime at discretion.
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Origin of discretion

1250–1300; Middle English discrecioun < Anglo-French < Late Latin discrētiōn- (stem of discrētiō). See discreet, Wedding Silver Set Costume Shoes Africa and Italian Plain Bag Bag Shoes Shoes Color Set dq6wSg6

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2. judgment, wisdom, discrimination, sense.
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British Dictionary definitions for discretion

discretion

noun
  1. the quality of behaving or speaking in such a way as to avoid social embarrassment or distress
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  3. age of discretion or years of discretion the age at which a person is considered to be able to manage his own affairs
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Word Origin and History for discretion

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c.1300, dyscrecyun, "moral discernment," from Old French discrecion or directly from Late Latin discretionem (nominative discretio) "discernment, power to make distinctions," in classical Latin "separation, distinction," noun of state from past footwear on slip heel toe stiletto lady pointed high Womens participle stem of heel pointed slip lady high footwear on stiletto Womens toe discernere "to separate, distinguish" (see Good quality China camouflage made hunting in boots rrOSUx). Phrase at (one's) discretion attested from 1570s, from sense of "power to decide or judge" (late 14c.); the age of discretion (late 14c.) in English law was 14.

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Idioms and Phrases with discretion

discretion

In addition to the idiom beginning with discretion

  • discretion is the better part of valor

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