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stipulate

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Then, this year, the Justice companies “apparently stopped paying” some of the stipulated penalties, citing the lawsuit, according to a court filing by the plaintiffs.

The city stipulated in its long and complex terms with the university that the site could be a potential location for future groundwater extraction wells.

For example, it stipulates that social-media platforms must keep records of messages that are forwarded by at least five users to more than 1,000 users within 15 days.

So far, Reliable has had to have an observer on the ground directly watching its airplane fly because of FAA rules that stipulate civilian drones must be flown within direct line of vision of a human operator.

From Fortune

Let’s stipulate that we were not put on Earth to do anything other than to maximize the representation of our genes in future generations.

Rather, new standards stipulate that bulbs manufactured and sold in the U.S. must meet higher energy efficiency standards.

The new constitution does not stipulate any requirements for a vice president in the government.

So let's stipulate that my critics are completely gender blind, reacting only to my many faults.

I'll stipulate that the Democrats had a good convention, in the primetime hours at least.

Let's stipulate that the fate of the Republic does not turn on the state of Sally Quinn's social life.

After a short consultation with Ronan they directed him to stipulate the conditions for Cautin's life.

Neither did she ever give me any money,—or anything but my daily dinner,—nor ever stipulate that I should be paid for my services.

Still, in your service, I am willing to endure even Podbury—for a strictly limited period; that I do stipulate for.

We must stipulate that the new dish effects an improvement in the economy of the working classes.

It is always as well to stipulate something about prices beforehand.

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On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stipulate, such as: designate, guarantee, impose, lay down, provide, and require.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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