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Compt, subst.. account, reckoning: “that thou didst love her, strikes some scores away from the great c.” All's V, 3, 57. “have the dates in c.” Tim. II, 1, 35 (sc. for the better computation of the interest due upon them. O. Edd. have the dates in. Come.) “your servants ever have what is theirs in c., to make their audit . . .,” Mcb. I, 6, 26. “when we shall meet at c.” Oth. V, 2, 273 (Q1 count), i. e. at the judgment-day.
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