disposition (n.)
control, direction, management
MM III.i.165[disguised Duke aside to Claudio, of Angelo and Isabella] he hath made an assay of her virtue to practise his judgement with the disposition of natures
TC IV.i.49[Paris to Aeneas, of the arrangement to exchange Cressida] The bitter disposition of the time / Will have it so
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