Examples of stipulation in a Sentence
We agreed to the deal with the stipulation that she pay the expenses herself.
their proposal for a baseball franchise includes several stipulations that are unacceptable
Recent Examples of stipulation from the Web
Intercontinental championship match, champion Dean Ambrose vs. The Miz, Ambrose can lose the title via disqualification: The stipulation sets the table for The Miz or wife Maryse to cheat to leave with the title.
The treaty also specifies that nations who don't meet their pledge will face no international legal action; a stipulation stressed by the Americans.
With the ladder match being one of the few stipulations that WWE hadn't had yet for women, this seemed natural.
Religious stipulations mean that blood is drained from all kosher and halal meat and never consumed.
About 35 years later, NASA gave him and other astronauts each a moon rock with the stipulation that it be given to a nonprofit institution.
The Rockford Register Star reports Thursday that Winnebago County Sheriff Gary Caruana said immigration officials couldn't meet several stipulations.
The parties filed a joint stipulation for dismissal with prejudice on Wednesday, which means the legal fight is over — unless someone really does travel back in time to change events.
No doubt that stipulation played a huge part in Day’s choice to side with Microsoft, even after being approached with distribution offers from many other choice firms.
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STIPULATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stipulation for English Language Learners
: something that is required as part of an agreement
Legal Definition of stipulation
1 : an act of stipulating
2 : something stipulated: as a : an agreement between parties regarding some aspect of a legal proceeding a stipulation of facts admitted the charges in a prehearing stipulation — New York Law Journal b : a condition, requirement, or item specified in a legal instrument; specifically : stipulation pour autrui
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