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- adj. Required as a condition of a contract or agreement.
- adj. Specified, promised or guaranteed in an agreement.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stipulate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as stipulate.
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The enemy crossed the borders immediately upon the expiry of the term stipulated in the ultimatum, and on the 20th October was fought the battle of Talana Hill.
Before the king of the Huns evacuated Italy, he threatened to return more dreadful, and more implacable, if his bride, the princess Honoria, were not delivered to his ambassadors within the term stipulated by the treaty.
Peter Kiernan, Paterson's council, said Tuesday the governor wants the Democratic conference and a coalition of Republicans and one dissident Democrat to agree to what he calls a stipulated session.
“At all events, you can return to Paris in six months’ time, or, in fact, do anything you like when the term stipulated has expired.
"At all events, you can return to Paris in six months 'time, or, in fact, do anything you like when the term stipulated has expired.
The one in English stipulated that IF I wrote a sequel, and IF the production company wanted to film it, they would get first dibs and I would be entitled to 10% of the shooting budget.
A spokesman said any options held by the chairman will still be exercised according to the terms stipulated in his contract as CEO.
The President reported that no change in policy was needed since the University policy is to administer grants according to the terms stipulated by the donor.
If Napoleon had forfeited all his rights by leaving Elba after the conditions of his abdication had been broken by the Allies, still there was no reason why the terms stipulated for the other members of the family should not have been carried out, or at least an ordinary income insured to them.
At his death, according to the terms stipulated, Frances (Culpeper) Stephens his wife came into sole possession.