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stere

(stēr, stār),
A measure of capacity equivalent to a cubic meter or a kiloliter; equal to 1.307951 cubic yards.
[Fr. fr. G. stereos, solid]
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Stere could be also remarked due to the merging of two elements, unspecific for the constitutional norms after 1866: the one- chamber organisation and the semi-direct democracy (Stanomir, 2005: 96).
Stere, which provisioned the administrative decentralisation and the emerging of a new regime, founded on self- administration.
The Peasants' Party, Stere believes, is opposed to "tyrannical urges" that do not recognise the character of administrative unity of the provinces, and this refusal can negatively influence the effective national unity itself.
According to Stere, the refusal of an administrative organisation that revolves around the province,--a historical formation, with a "secular past of a special life", with particular mentalities, habits, cultural and economic conditions, which forms a well-defined unit--is the reflection of a non-democratic governing concept:
Constantin Stere remains true to his convictions and, in 1929, elaborates a new bill regarding the administrative organisation of Romania, which stipulates a large decentralisation of the country on the grounds of historical provinces.
Stere, the regional organisation of the State is inseparable from decentralisation, according to the meaning defined above, for other authors regionalisation implicitly means decentralisation, even without the decentralisation of the competences to a local level.
The combination of unenthusiastic shoppers and heated competition has forced the retailers to sharpen their efforts to boost stere traffic.
Johnston-Stere - Autumn Johnston and Edward Stere, of Cottage Grove, a son.
To further appeal to the female shopper, the new stores will "have a softer, more inviting look with warmer colors than our typical Dealer Stere," the spokesman said.
The Bon-Ton Stores, which has largely digested its acquisitions, reported a fourth-quarter earnings surge, fueled by its purchase of the Northern Department Stere Group of Saks Inc.