Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of stipulate.

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Examples

  • But what would the harm have been in stipulating that such information be supplied within a utility bill, or included as part of an agreement in a rental contract?

    Sound Politics: Turned off by condescending liberals

  • He did not address the issue of some of the more onerous terms stipulating the participation of schools in future

    The Age News Headlines

  • It also calls for the setting of feasible time frames such as stipulating that a secondary school student should be able to write his fifth-year exam in any of the languages by the year 2010.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Lefever, in other words, is in no position to know what he’s stipulating, which is that "the most good for the most people" required torture.

    Monster Hospital | ATTACKERMAN

  • McAran noted a lot of strings are attached to the funds, such as stipulating the money for new and innovative programs.

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  • "This must not be a blank cheque - certain conditions must be attached, such as stipulating the construction of 1000 MW of wind, and

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I suggest the Senate should be made even more clearly an instrument of the state legislatures (than it was originally) by simply stipulating that two senators are selected by each state legislature.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Help Draft the Federalism Restoration Amendment

  • We're stipulating that it's true, so we don't have to worry about that.

    A Public Policy Scientific Consensus?

  • April 30th, 2010 at 7: 29 pm provan: I thought you were claiming it is true, and I was implicitly stipulating that it is.

    Antony Flew dies at 87

  • I thought you were claiming it is true, and I was implicitly stipulating that it is.

    Antony Flew dies at 87

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