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  • P. and V. συμβαίνειν, συντίθεσθαι, P. ὁμολογεῖν. ⇢ Look up "stipulate" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • agree upon, stipulate pango pango pangere, pegi, pactus V TRANS :: compose; insert, drive in, fasten; plant; fix, settle, agree upon, stipulate pango pango
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  • stĭpŭlātor: ōris, m. stipulor, jurid. t. t., I one who demands a formal promise or covenant (opp. promissor, the one who gives the promise); a bargainer
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  • and τίθημι; to place jointly, i.e. (figuratively) to consent (bargain, stipulate), concur: agree, assent, covenant.
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  • make a bargain, contract, or agreement with any one; to covenant, agree, stipulate, bargain, contract respecting any thing (cf.: transigo, stipulor, pango)
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  • stipo, jurid. t. t., to demand a formal promise; to bargain, covenant, stipulate. I Lit.: stipularier, Plaut. Ps. 4, 6, 14 sq.; cf. id. ib. 1, 1, 115; Gai
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  • Grg.518b:—Pass., Sor.2.1, Iamb.Myst.1.3. 5 Med . . μισθὸν προτείνασθαι stipulate for as a reward, Hdt.9.34. III put forward as a proposition (πρότασις 1
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  • private relations) to order, decree, dispose of in writing, by will, to stipulate, etc.: cum ita caverent, si, etc., Cic. Verr. 2, 1, 11, § 31: duae sunt
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  • āre, Jul. Val. Rer Gest. Alex. M 1, 18), to join in a stipulation, to stipulate with, Gai Inst. 3, 112.— Trop, to agree with one, = adsentiri: adstipulari
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  • be harmonious, i.e. (figuratively) to accord (be suitable, concur) or stipulate (by compact): agree (together, with). συμφώνω; future συμφωνήσω (T Tr;
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  • praemĭor: āri, v. dep. praemium, I to stipulate for a reward: constabat, in cognitionibus patriis nundinari praemiarique solitum, Suet. Tit. 7: sequimini
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  • stĭpŭlo: āre, 1, v. a. (collat. form of stipulor), I to exact, bargain for, stipulate, Symm. Ep. 1, 11: ἐπερωτῶ>, stipulo, Gloss.; mostly pass.: Suetonius autem
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  • Firm. Math. 4, 6: LOCATOR A SCENA or SCENICORVM, one who furnished for a stipulated sum the actors and stage apparatus to him who gave a play, Inscr. Orell
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  • rē-stĭpŭlor: āri, I v. dep. a., to stipulate, promise, or engage in return (syn.: recipio, despondeo), Cic. Rosc. Com. 13, 38; App. Mag. p. 338, 25; Val
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  • 16 (i B.C.), POxy. 1139.3 (iv A.D.), Hsch.; for a horse, Hippiatr.97. 6 stipulated amount to be delivered, λίθων PPetr.2p.7 (iii B.C.), cf. PFlor.119.6 (iii
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  • de art. poët. 138. – II) als gerichtl. t. t., der Versprecher (Ggstz. stipulator), a) der ein feierliches Versprechen auf dem Wege der Stipulation zu leisten
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  • stipulatio, d.h. bei einem feierlichen Vertrage (Bürgschaft, Kontrakt) von dem stipulator, der sich das Versprechen geben ließ, hinzugezogen wurde, um sich dasselbe
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  • in-stĭpŭlor: 1, v. dep., I to bargain, stipulate for (Plautinian): dolo malo, Plaut. Rud. 5, 3, 25 (but id. Ps. 4, 6, 7, est stipulatus, Ritschl). * Look
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  • Graeciae statuit, Just. 9, 5, 2.—So with ellipsis of dat., to agree upon, stipulate: statutis condicionibus, Just. 6, 1, 3: omnibus consentientibus Carthago
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  • rationnelles. Étymologie: adj. verb. de εἴρω, *ῥέω ; cf. ῥῆμα, ῥήτωρ. spoken, stipulated, Il. 21.445†. ῥητός    1 to be spoken ]τον οὐ ῥητ[ο]ν[ (supp. Lobel)
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