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requit

(riːˈkwɪt)
vb (tr)
to quit or leave againto requite
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Since it takes an average of seven to 10 quit attempts to succeed, encouraging people to requit or recommit to their quit attempt once a week can reduce the overall time it takes to quit for good.
Voila une question d'ordre ontologique qui requit une reponse franche sans pretention ni forfanterie.
Pour cet effet, il les requit par un ambassadeur, nomme Averna Alcanaibu, de s'assembler dans un endroit sur la frontiere, & de terininer leurs differents a l'amiable, sous la mediation du Dalay Lama.
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But remember-- For that's my business to you--that you three From Milan did supplant good Prospero; Exposed unto the sea--which hath requit it--
So possibly Lupus emended requit while copying to requirit, but on second thoughts deemed it wiser to maintain the original form, with a cryphia above it.