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Word: stipulate

Definition: state as a necessary condition (of an agreement); make express conditions; specify; Ex. He stipulated payment in advance


Sentences Containing 'stipulate'

'With respect to the pecuniary assistance enabling us to launch our frail canoe on the ocean of enterprise, I have reconsidered that important business-point; and would beg to propose my notes of hand--drawn, it is needless to stipulate, on stamps of the amounts respectively required by the various Acts of Parliament applying to such securities--at eighteen, twenty-four, and thirty months.
Another significant advantage to Flat Fee is most service providers stipulate that if the seller finds his own buyer without the use of a buyer's broker, then the buyer's broker commission is eliminated, and the seller owes no broker a commission.
For example, the Directive did not stipulate how member states should deal with the registration, revocation and invalidity of trade marks.
It sometimes happened, however, that the landlord would stipulate, that he should be at liberty to demand of the tenant, either the annual payment in kind or a certain sum of money instead of it.
Some of the results lead the authors to stipulate: "Although our data are not compatible with any substantial overall relation between induced abortion and breast cancer, we cannot exclude a modest association in subgroups defined by known breast cancer risk factors, timing of abortion, or parity."
The bill was reintroduced in March 2009 as planned, addressing legislators concerns by eliminating a wife's right to stipulate monogamy or polygamy during contraction of the marriage.
The Code of Cremation Practice forbids the opening of the coffin once it has arrived at the crematorium, and rules stipulate that it must be cremated within 72 hours of the funeral service.
The official Challenge rules stipulate that the participant must agree, in writing, to the conditions and criteria of their test. Claims that cannot be tested experimentally are not eligible for the Challenge.
The regulations do stipulate that no warning shots should be fired to get children away from restricted areas on roadsides (section 19 of the Ahuda Regulation).(C) It appears that the IDF response given to the press, claiming that there was no use of heavy weapons, was wrong.
The stadium was used for the play-offs because the 2011 UEFA Champions League Final was due to take place at Wembley on Saturday 28 May 2011; UEFA regulations stipulate the stadium hosting the Champions League final must not be used for other matches during the previous two weeks.
We do not reckon our soldiers the most industrious set of people among us; yet when soldiers have been employed in some particular sorts of work, and liberally paid by the piece, their officers have frequently been obliged to stipulate with the undertaker, that they should not be allowed to earn above a certain sum every day, according to the rate at which they were paid.
While Elizabeth Taber did not stipulate any particular religious affiliation for the academy, Headmaster Howland stated that Tabor "will probably always be under the management of those who sympathize with the Congregational faith."

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