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stipulate

(of a plant) having stipules
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Like Stipulate, he holds the Dante entry but is also in the Investecsponsored Derby.
The Ministry of Interior cautioned today Saudi citizens and residents traveling to Brazil that Brazilian regulations stipulate for not granting residence permits or new visas for persons inside Brazil if their previous visas expired and they do not report to the concerned authorities 30 days prior to the expiry of their previous visas regardless of the categories of their passports (regular, special or diplomatic).
6 In contrast, when the parties stipulate damages, they leave courts with less room in which to operate.
People making a will cannot stipulate what the beneficiaries are to do with a gift once they've received it.
that clauses which stipulate damages may serve to limit liability,
A House of Councillors panel on the Constitution failed to give direction to the debate on whether to stipulate the Self-Defense Forces' status by revising the Constitution in its final draft report released Wednesday.
They agree to an inflated settlement amount, which is typically arbitrary; they stipulate to a set of facts for the purpose of triggering insurance coverage; they reduce the settlement to a judgment; and the policyholder insulates itself from liability by securing a covenant not to execute on the judgment, in exchange for an assignment to the claimant of all of the policyholder's rights under the policies, including any claim for bad faith.
Nor did the law stipulate any limits on tax bonuses to be received per annum.
The control procedures stipulate that the importing countries must notify the Commission in advance if they decide to import non-hazardous waste, giving details of the monitoring procedures they intend to apply.
State law determines the statute of limitations period if the contract does not stipulate an alternative time period.