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stipulate

(of a plant) having stipules
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Crawford should be disengaged: the young ladies did not forget that stipulation, and though Mrs.
It was three miles to where I lived, and I had received a pass with the stipulation that I could sit down as long as there were no paying passengers in need of a seat.
Jurisprudence holds that stipulations are essentially a waiver of the right to present evidence to counter the agreed-upon facts.
15) Significantly, the Court suggested that parties could seek to do so not merely in the context of Rule 41(a)(2), when a court order is required, but also in the context of joint stipulations filed under Rule 41(a)(1)(A)(ii):
I trust that the councillors who voted for it apply the stipulations to their own behaviour and do not follow the principle of do what I say not as I do.
Unfortunately, when drafted, stipulations appear as creatures of extremes: either the trial counsel has aggressively included unnecessarily loaded language and inappropriate information or, out of a fear of doing so, the trial counsel has created a bland and conclusory document that fails to assist the finder of fact and sentencing authority.
Not all so-ordered discovery stipulations will necessarily entail the loss of the case for the non-complying party.
The park in Llanbradach that is under the management of Caerphilly County Borough Council is subject to a perpetuity order and land stipulations that must be observed.
Stipulations give the regs the weight of state law, making violators liable to lawsuits.
The tenants and owner may enter into a stipulation that says the tenants will behave," he said, noting there are strong stipulations, lukewarm ones, "and also those that aren't worth the paper they are printed on.
Naturalized citizen A person who obtained the citizenship of the Syrian Arab Republic under the stipulation of this law or under the stipulations of previous citizenship laws.