The stipulation likely to be most widely felt is what experts are calling an effective shutdown of medication abortions.
All personal letters have had to pass the playwright's own stipulation that they have “a bearing” on his work.
Technically, it was left to a couple in Buffalo with the stipulation that most of it be spent on Fannie.
He had one stipulation: nothing in his home could be touched or rearranged.
One stipulation: States are not completely consistent in reporting of NICS data.
Among them, was the stipulation in the convention of Saratoga for the return of the British army to England.
And it is undoubtedly a stipulation which she is justly entitled to make.
This stipulation has been made in every succeeding Convention down to that of 1884.
Our only stipulation will be that you do what we tell you—without asking any questions.
Thoroughly understanding the stipulation, Lady Janet bowed, and waited gravely.
1550s, "engagement or undertaking to do something," from Latin stipulationem (nominative stipulatio), from past participle stem of stipulari "exact a promise." Traditionally said to be from Latin stipula "straw," in reference to some obscure symbolic act; this is rejected by most authorities, who, however, have not come up with a better guess. Meaning "act of specifying one of the terms of a contract or agreement" is recorded from 1750.