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Further, Styn highlighted an element of state records law that stipulates public agencies must assist in identifying responsive records.

The mayor’s proposed terms stipulate that whichever company wins, it has to honor existing labor agreements for only two years anyway.

For example, if the sales price is $600,000, you can stipulate the home must appraise for at least $580,000.

The contract also stipulates that law enforcement must obtain a search warrant “in all cases where initial consent was not obtained and probable cause exists that a crime has been committed.”

The rules stipulate that all climbing needs to be done on foot, and that only round trip activities count, meaning you can’t sprint up your local ski hill and take the chair lift down.

FASB stipulated that banks take a hit on all loans on their portfolio that the bank’s models forecast will go bad at any time in the future, even if the home or business owner was still paying right on time.

He should be away over the month I had stipulated for; and, in case of accident, I would have the protection of his name.

I am rich now,—rich enough to double the sum you stipulated for.

Roland CashelCharles James Lever

Unhappily the stores on the island were not sufficient to afford the stipulated quantity and kind of food.

But the impressario does not get his subscription until he has given one-half of the stipulated performances.

The Operatic ProblemWilliam Johnson Galloway

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