Computist
Computist \Com"pu*tist\, n. A computer[1]. [1913 Webster]

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  • computist — com·put·ist …   English syllables

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  • Garlandus Compotista — also known as Garland the Computist was an early medieval logician of the eleventh century school of Liège. Little is known of his life. Works * Dialectica , ed. L .M. De Rijk, 1959. References *Henry, D. P., That Most Subtle Question Manchester… …   Wikipedia

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