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compt an account, a reckoning, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, v. 3. 57; “have the dates in compt” TIMON OF ATHENS, ii. 1. 35 ( “take good notice of the dates, for the better computation of the interest due upon them,” THEOBALD) ; “and what is theirs, in compt” MACBETH, i. 6. 26 ( “subject to account,” STEEVENS) ; “when we shall meet at compt” OTHELLO, v. 2. 276. (reckoning at the judgment-day)

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