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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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2) Physical therapists Becca Stark, left, and Tina Stere, right, at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys help Wendy Anderson, 43, relearn how to walk after her stroke.
Yet despite this stere otypical exoticism, the text will soon seek to reverse the hierarchy of this representation; the implicit valorization of an indeterminate, colonial Creole doubleness that appears to have escaped the confines of contemporary characterization will be revised by the moral degeneracy--itself also stereotypical--that propels Noun's secret subversion of her mistress's desire.
Compare with that in The Vision of Edmund Leversedge: `where was noper mone ne sonne ne stere pat gaffe any lizt': lines 109-10.
So ferde it by this fierse and proude knyght: Though he a worthy kynges sone were, And wende nothing hadde had swich myght Ayeyns his wille that shuld his herte stere .
Amid the debates regarding the adoption of the Constitution of 1923, in the Constitutional Ante-project of the National Peasants' Party, Stere theorised a local administrative organisation based on two fundamental elements: the juridical recognition and establishment of the village and province as administrative-territorial units.
It's taken years, but I'm slowly wiggling out of all my anti-California stere otypes.
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).
Former Stere ophonics drummer and talk-show host, Stuart Cable, thinks Ross could go one of two ways.