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Stere

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood. The stere is equivalent to one cubic meter.
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I've got two feet, so I'm going to use them and every opportunity I get I'm going to take it," Steres said.
During the league's panel on potential litigation, Kaufman and Steres said many other individual areas might have to be resolved by the courts, such as utility rates and division of assets.
CONTACT: Eileen Gaffen of Steres Gaffen Media, 619-457-1425, for Chair Dancing International/ CO: Chair Dancing International Inc.
Prior to joining Rare Medium, Steres was a Vice President at American Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.
Down comforters sold equally well at department stores as at mass merchants and club steres, with each group capturing 30 percent of sales, while non-down comforters largely sold at mass merchants and clubs.
The consumer electronics retailer opened steres in the major shopping district of Shanghai, China, this year.
Now the merchant/restaurateur is strengthening his stores' standing as an authority on modern, upscale home design by doing more of what put Conran's steres on the map.
A recently signed agreement with OneCoast will help bring the line to these specialty steres, Moore said.
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.