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convent to summon, to cite: “all our surgeons Convent in their behoof,” THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, i. 4. 31 ; “We convent nought else but woes,” THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, i. 5. 9 ; “Whensoever he's convented,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, v. 1. 158 ; “to the council-board He be convented,” HENRY VIII., v. 1. 52 ; “We are convented,” CORIOLANUS, ii. 2. 52.

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