place, in
present, attending, at hand
3H6 IV.i.103 [Edward to Post, of the Queen in France] I have heard that she was there in place
3H6 IV.vi.31 [Warwick to King] let me blame your grace, / For choosing me when Clarence is in place
E3 V.i.82 [Copland to King Edward, of King David] Which should long since have been surrendered up, / Had but your gracious self been there in place
MM V.i.496 [Duke to all, of Lucio] here's one in place I cannot pardon
TS I.ii.154 [Lucentio as Cambio to Gremio] I'll ... stand you so assured, / As firmly as yourself were still in place

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