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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
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6 for the year 2014, stipulating for expanding work according the legislative decree no.
Law - # Shura Council approves government's wage decree, stipulating amendments of salary increases NNA - 16/12/2011 - The Shura Council on Friday approved the government's decision to increase wage of government and private sector employees but stipulated amendments to the salary brackets.
The clause stipulating that the price of shares on the market should not be less than the paid-up percentage of the nominal value of each share was cancelled.
It would appear that Gwynedd Council would be perfectly correct in inviting tenders for works in our language and stipulating that persons supervising such works are fluent in Welsh.
The labour law article stipulating reduction of work hours during Ramadan is a mandatory provision and the ministry has the right to refer anybody who breaks these provisions to the public prosecution," said Al Obad.
Stipulating establishes your credibility with the jury, streamlines your case, and focuses the jurors' attention on the issues that really matter.
2825 stipulating that any person who was a Turkish subject and a resident in the territory of the Syrian Region on 30 August 1924 was to be regarded as a Syrian citizen and would thereby have lost his Turkish citizenship (Article 1).
Steve Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York, said the city is saying the bill would make it easier for owners to get into court by stipulating to the city's 45 percent equalization ratio, currently higher than the SBEA figures that would lower the assessment.