Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of stipulation.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One of the MAIN stipulations is that they CANNOT refuse treatment.

    Think Progress » Florida doctor tells Obama voters they are not welcome: ‘Seek urologic care elsewhere.’

  • I would sell the deer for sure. .but there would have to be certain stipulations that would accompany the sale.

    Would You Sell Your Rack?

  • It means we wont set certain stipulations before we talk to them but have demands once we come to the table for discussions.

    Obama: Cuba policy to be based on 'libertad'

  • A civil war occurring in a country where foreigners reside and carry on a trade under treaty stipulations is necessarily fruitful of complaints of the violation of neutral rights.

    Foreign and Colonial News

  • His lawmaking frequently took the form of actions and stipulations, which is to say, obligations.

    More Metzger on Roman Law

  • And as the Masai, when they have made any engagement, are honourably ambitious -- unlike the negroes -- to keep it, the carrying out of the stipulations was a comparatively easy and speedy matter.

    Freeland A Social Anticipation

  • Her message also called stipulations in the law "undemocratic."

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Authorities 'conduct toward this congregation and the restrictions on churches in general in this Muslim-majority area recall the stipulations of the

    Jihad Watch

  • The letter reiterates the prelates '"priority criteria," namely stipulations to "keep in place current federal law on abortion funding and conscience protections on abortion; protect the access to health care that immigrants currently have and remove current barriers to access; and include strong provisions for adequate affordability and coverage standards."

    Whispers in the Loggia

  • Under the "stipulations" set forth during the transfer, these lands are to remain open for the public -- if they do not, the state can potentially lose control of the lands to the federal government.

    Tracy Hepler: In a State of Crisis: Californians Must Save Our State Parks

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