dispatch, despatch (n.)
management, direction, supervision
Mac I.v.66[Lady Macbeth to Macbeth] you shall put / This night's great business into my dispatch
Sonn.143.3[of a housewife] makes all swift dispatch / In pursuit of the thing she would have stay
TN IV.iii.18[Sebastian alone, of Olivia being mad] yet if 'twere so, / She could not ... / Take and give back affairs and their dispatch
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