estipulate


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estipulate

(ɪˈstɪpjʊlɪt; -ˌleɪt)
adj
(Botany) a variant of exstipulate
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Thus, the comparison between budgets of sized structures by the two versions of the standard (2007 and 2014) is important to estipulate the economic impact of structural design in the total amount of edification due to the revision of the standard, and it should be considered the ultimate limit state and serviceability limit state.
As to the second point, he informed me that he was prepared, in the name of his Government, to estipulate that should any of the territory, now or at any time since the celebration of the treaty of 1846 in the possession of Colombia, be awarded by the arbitration to Costa Rica, this latter country would concede to the United States the same guarantee of said territory as the treaty of 1846" (29).
To estipulate the risk criterion range, the efficiency analysis through the CCDEA model was performed, and revealed that when the risk criterion is greater than 0.