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dispunctĭo , ōnis, f. dispungo,
I.a settling up, balancing of accounts (late Lat.).
I. Lit.: “concedenda creditoribus (with recognitio),Dig. 42, 5, 15.—
II. Trop., an investigation, examination, a testing: “boni et mali operis,Tert. adv. Marc. 5, 12: “utriusque meriti,id. Apol. 18: “vitae,” i. e. death, id. Test. Anim. 4; id. de Anim. 33 fin.
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