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stipulate

(of a plant) having stipules
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'Article 23 of the new law stipulates that projects can't be seized and investment cannot be frozen or taken into custody, except by a court ruling.
Ideally, the contract should have a clause that stipulates your entitlement upon resignation.
The second protocol stipulates the cooperation of the parties in improvement of mechanisms for monitoring the registration of mobile devices imported to the country by individuals, as well as the improvement of legal regulation in this area.
3.05 York Sporting (50:25:10) 16-19 Stipulate, 13-16 Dubai Prince, 12-15 Side Glance, Tazahum, 8-11 Fury, Barefoot Lady, 7-9 Questioning.
Like Stipulate, he holds the Dante entry but is also in the Investecsponsored Derby.
Summary: Riyadh, Muharram 26, 1432, Jan 01, 2011, SPA-- 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...
"We are protesting against the central stipulate FRP.
Parties sometimes stipulate damages in advance, and may agree that the damages they stipulate shall be the exclusive remedy for breach.
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.