stipulation ; undertaking ; promise ; to arrange ; engage ; convention ; commitment ; stipulate ; to conclude a bargain ; a deal ; deposit ; an arrangement ; to set ; faith ; to stipulate ; terms ; agree on ; appoint ; to promise ; pass ; to make an appointment ; engagement ; to agree on sth ; stipulated ; understanding ; appointment
Sources: Law Dictionary
They say she and her husband can't agree on anything.
You and your spouse do not have to agree on politics.
We should all be able to agree -- (applause) -- we should all be able to agree on some clear standards.
Doctors do agree on limiting a quantity of food, but they also insist on certain foods (but not on the total banishment of them) and a balanced diet.
And that could be good news: "If it changed how you saw the world, it would make the barrier higher for people to agree on what they are seeing and talk with each other," he said.
They contain information in binary, string, or XML format (encoded), but it is up to the consumer and provider of the service to agree on this format and handle it accordingly.
But they have yet to agree on which countries should be bound by what specific commitments, and by when.
WSFL's support for recursive composition allows you and me to link our two business processes in a way that requires us only to agree on the format of the purchase order submitted.
The requirements gathering process is streamlined because you no longer need to get all project teams to agree on record types and state transitions.
They must agree on how they will communicate and pay attention to the signals they send each other, or the performance collapses.