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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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He assured that this amendment, that states cancelling the requirement of achieving profits during the last two years preceding the submission of the application, or for three years during the last five years has been made taking into consideration one of the major listing requirements stipulating that the listed company should maintain financial soundness in terms of assets, liquidity, balanced financial structure and efficient performance, and that companies must abide by the rules and regulations of the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) and Bahrain Bourse, especially those relating to disclosure and transparency that ensure that investors are continuously aware of the positions of listed companies.
Often, there's a quid pro quo when stipulating to demonstrative exhibits, such as "If you'll let me use these economic summary charts, I won't object to your PowerPoint slides.
One of the easiest ways to streamline a case is by stipulating to the undisputed facts.
Jordanian law does that by stipulating that Jews (including Jewish Arab) ordinarily resident in Palestine before 1948 (who had Palestinian citizenship prior to 15 May 1948) are denied their right to Jordanian citizenship on a confessional basis: because they are Jews (Article III (2)).
19 for the year 2013 stipulating the ratification of an Agreement between the Kingdom of Bahrain's Government and the Government of the United States of Mexico regarding mutual encouraging and protection of investments.