Stere


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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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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 .
[13.] Iversen IA, Silberg NE, Stere RC, Schoening HA.
With MacrObject you can select a graphic element and stere it as a macro under the Macro menu.
"from Cahul, LT ,, Constantin Stere" from Soroca, LT ,, Vasile Alecsandri "from Ungheni mun., Mihai Sadoveanu, LT.
It's taken years, but I'm slowly wiggling out of all my anti-California stere otypes.
(40) Nae Ionescu, "Cazul Stere. Ce este un 'tradator'," Cuvantul, April 10, 1930.
Former Stere ophonics drummer and talk-show host, Stuart Cable, thinks Ross could go one of two ways.
In October Walgreens opened its 5,000th stere. There is now at least one Walgreens in all but five states across the country.
But it is very efficient and you suddenly find yourself confronted with a myriad of images about black history, white prejudice and stere otyping.
Dissescu and Constantin Stere, who approved the sentence of the Court of Cassation, appreciating that all the legal texts that are contrary to the constitution, are null.
Stere, the author of the Constitutional Ante-project of the Peasants' Party, theorised an administrative organisation based on two fundamental elements: juridical recognition and the establishment of the village and province as administrative-territorial units.