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stipulate

verb adjust, agree, arrange, assent, become bound, clarify, condition, contract, covenant, decide, denominate, designate, determine, engage, include in an agreement, insist upon, lay down, make a condition, make a point of, make clear, make defiiition, mention, name, negotiate, pledge, postulate, promise, provide, set, settle, settle terms, signify, specify, state, stipulari
Associated concepts: stipulated damages, stipulated fact, stipulation of a bill of particulars, stipulation of an adjournnent, stipulation of appeal, stipulation of guilt, stipulation of judgment, stipulation of matters of law, stipulation of proof, stipulation of the record
See also: adduce, agree, bear, contract, designate, determine, inform, mention, posit, promise, select, signify, specify, vow
References in classic literature ?
My only stipulation is that he allows me to wear trousers.
With this one stipulation, she left me free to write the present narrative of what passed at the interview between us.
It was three miles to where I lived, and I had received a pass with the stipulation that I could sit down as long as there were no paying passengers in need of a seat.
Arnold, sacrificed--by express stipulation on the part of Lady Lundie--to the prurient delicacy which forbids the bridegroom, before marriage, to sleep in the same house with the bride, found himself ruthlessly shut out from Sir Patrick's hospitality, and exiled every night to a bedroom at the inn.
Julian made one stipulation only before he handed his card to his aunt.
The allusion to his mother made Tom feel rather choky, and he would have liked to have hugged his father well, if it hadn't been for the recent stipulation.
The feeling of furious anger with his wife, who would not observe the proprieties and keep to the one stipulation he had laid on her, not to receive her lover in her own home, gave him no peace.
My stipulation in regard to the twenty thousand pounds was simply this: The whole amount was to be settled so as to give the income to the lady for her life--afterwards to Sir Percival for his life-- and the principal to the children of the marriage.
You'll not think, Mr Dorrit,' and here he laughed again in the easiest way, 'that I am lapsing into the freemasonry of the craft--for it's not so; upon my life I can't help betraying it wherever I go, though, by Jupiter, I love and honour the craft with all my might--if I propose a stipulation as to time and place?
And solely looking at it,' said her husband, making the stipulation at once in a conciliatory, complimentary, and argumentative tone--'as I am sure you will agree, my love-- from a fellow-creature point of view, my dear.
A team of inspectors carried out campaigns, where owners of illegal farms were notified and reminded of the importance of removing them as they fall short of the required stipulations.
15) Significantly, the Court suggested that parties could seek to do so not merely in the context of Rule 41(a)(2), when a court order is required, but also in the context of joint stipulations filed under Rule 41(a)(1)(A)(ii):