Something stipulated, especially a term or condition in an agreement.(noun)
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Use "stipulation" in a sentence
"Ok, so now we have in public (who knows what kind backroom pressure previous administrations put on the Afghan government) a stipulation from the U. S on what we expect from Karsai."
"The only stipulation is that they can't have internet and bother me."
"This stipulation is proving to be a problem for President Obama's trip to India in November; according to the New York Times, The Golden Temple may be dropped from the itinerary for fear of the American public associating the image of Obama in a "head scarf" with his being a Muslim (a recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that almost one in five Americans believes Obama is a Muslim)."