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stère

[stir]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume equal to 1 cubic meter; it is used mainly in France, and in measuring timber volumes.
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The attorneys joining MLA's Real Estate practice include partners: Steven Abram, James Camp, Tony Canzoneri, Gordon Eng, Wendy Glenn, Geoff Mitchell, Bill Pham, Dennis Roy, and Mark Steres.
VC Fusion DMS 11 left nothing to chance with its semifinal performance in the 19-under division, receiving two goals from Calabasas graduate Daniel Steres (San Diego State) to cruise to a 5-0 victory over New Mexico Rush Premier.
Department steres will be another target retail class for the line, along with specialty stores and Internet retailers, "but we need to separate the products and price levels for each channel of distribution," Flynn added.
The Celts made a key defensive stop in the second overtime when goalkeeper Omar Zeenni stopped a point-blank shot by Calabasas' Daniel Steres in the 99th minute.
More than half of the people surveyed, however, said that regional shows are important resources for their steres.
Calabasas (9-4-3, 6-2-1) took a 1-0 lead four minutes into the match on a header by Daniel Steres, but Agoura's Danny Shulman answered two minutes later to tie the score.
Some of the lines may be branded Stoneage, for additional distribution to channels such as upscale grocery steres.
Rare Medium launched a new Healthcare Industry Solutions Group specializing in Internet-enabled solutions, naming Ed Steres, previously vice president at American Pharmaceutical Services, vice president and global practice leader.
Senior forward Daniel Steres scored the first goal for the Coyotes (6-4-4, 5-2-0) 15 minutes into the game by picking up a pass from Clifton and moving by one defender before shooting the ball inside the left post.