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STERE. A French measure of solidity used in measuring wood. It is a cubic metre. Vide Measure.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Just eight minutes later, Alvarez played a curving cross into the path of Steres, who finally bested Ousted to equalize.
That's fine if we don't mind the UK's presentation of art and history being dominated by Tamaras rather than Steres, but much of museum history and art is interpretation, so we risk getting a very one-sided view.
Originalmente, la palabra estereotaxia fue utilizada por Horsly y Clarke, en 1908, de steres (tridimensional) y taxis (colocacion).
* Operating more than 3,330 health and beauty retail steres, of which over 3,200 have a pharmacy
TruServ serves more than 650 independent dealers across Canada, consisting of 250 steres under the True Value, V&S, Country Depot and other specialized banners, and 400 non-bannered stores.
Noting that the company has become a resource for spas and hotels around the world, Andrew Morgan, founder and chief executive officer of the company, added, "Our roots are still very much planted in retail, and there's no question that the most modern, hip steres are shopping for innovative products at NYIGF."