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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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(20) 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.
Stere - Autumn and Edward Stere, of Cottage Grove, a daughter.
Stere. The first bill was that drafted by the Centre of Studies within the Liberal National Party, which subjected it to the debates of the public opinion in March 1921.
For Constantin Stere, as Zigu Ornea acknowledges, administrative decentralisation was, without any fear of exaggerating, an obsessive sociological motive in his reform plans.
The stere offers such products as coffeemakers, mixers and blenders, pots and pans, cutlery, decorative tabletop, floor care and personal care.
Logs are sold by the "Cord" [three cubic metres] and the "Stere" [one cubic metre].
They announced the retirement from the party of the following: Dan Capalana, Marcia Cabana, Eugen Vasiliu, Gheorghe Jovin, Stere Gulea, Mona Musca, Alexandru Paleologu, Stefan Radulescu Zonner, Emil Tocaci, Paul Popoval, Lucian Radu, Gh.
The political and socio-economical ideas of the Peasant Party, known as "the peasant's doctrine" or "the peasant doctrine", first conceived by Constantin Stere, borrowed the sociological analysis of social, political and economical facts from the socialist movement.
The combination of unenthusiastic shoppers and heated competition has forced the retailers to sharpen their efforts to boost stere traffic.
Functionarea propice si extinderea acestor institutii in mediul urban si rural necesita reglementarea lor in plan legal, in scopul combaterii camatariei, motiv pentru care Spiru Haret a elaborat, cu sprijinul lui Constantin Stere, Legea Bancilor Populare, votata de Parlament in anul 1903 (73).