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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Eyne Plural of eye; -- now obsolete, or used only in poetry. "With such a plaintive gaze their eyne Are fastened upwardly on mine."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n eyne An archaic plural of eye.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Eyne īn (arch.) eyes.
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In literature:

Here are more eyne wet than yours.
"The Cloister and the Hearth" by Charles Reade
But to my eyne he looks as if he had been called, and was going.
"Sylvia's Lovers, Vol. I" by Elizabeth Gaskell
But to my eyne he looks as if he had been called, and was going.
"Sylvia's Lovers -- Complete" by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
The swollen sail did dance before his eyne.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXII." by Various
Bacchus with pink eyne, 2006.
"Handy Dictionary of Poetical Quotations" by Various
His ballad-mongering to these 'eyne' alone would set up one of your court rhymesters for a twelvemonth.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)" by John Roby
Eyne, eien, eyen, ii, 27, etc., eyes.
"Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book I" by Edmund Spenser
Eyn go an sit by Sukey Worseley an Nancy Holt, whom ey see yonder.
"The Lancashire Witches" by William Harrison Ainsworth
His stockings of red-apple rind were tyne With an eyelash plucked from his mother's eyne.
"English Fairy Tales" by Flora Annie Steel
In the fighting the French had the advantage, retaining possession of Eynes, and there awaiting the advance of the English.
"The Cornet of Horse" by G. A. Henty
From his eyne did the glamour of Faerie pass And the Rymour lay on Eildon grass.
"Double Trouble" by Herbert Quick
Blod and water yer come owte at ye wonde, and he wyppyd hys eyne and anon he sawgh kyth thorowgh ye vertu of yat God.
"Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery" by Robert Means Lawrence
We pitched our tents at Eyn Louba.
"Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore, Volume I" by Sir Moses Montefiore
Alas, that ever with mine eyne I should see this sight!
"Fifteenth Century Prose and Verse" by Various
A thousand eyne are about thee.
"The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare" by J. J. Jusserand
Mer der eyrste vynder der druckerye is gewest eyn Burger tzo Mentz.
"Fine Books" by Alfred W. Pollard
To looken backe, her eyne be fixed before.
"The International Monthly, Volume 4, No. 1, August, 1851" by Various
His eyne were like two coals of fire as he called to us in a loud voice.
"With Drake on the Spanish Main" by Herbert Strang
I tell thee the shoe is trod all o' one side as well as pinches the water into our eyn.
"The Cloister and the Hearth" by Charles Reade

In poetry:

Then through the red wrath of his eyne
He saw a sheathed sword,
Laid thwart that wasted field of wine,
Amidmost of the board.
"The Hall And The Wood" by William Morris
The King has bent his stately head,
And the tears were in his eyne—
"God's blessing on thee, noble knight,
For this brave thought of thine!
"The Heart Of The Bruce" by William Edmondstoune Aytoun
Twa brennand eyne, sua bricht and full,
(Bonnilie blinkis my ladeis ee,)
Flang fire flaughtis fra ane peelit skull;
(Sum sichts ar ugsomlyk to see.)
"Elfinland Wood" by Henry Morley
"While he, perhaps, with larger eyne,
Was pleased, instead of vexed, at seeing
Some little petulance in mine,
And loved me all the more, for being;
Not too divine.
"Mount Arafa" by Richard Doddridge Blackmore
Such the maiden gem
By the purpling vine put on,
Peeps from her parent stem
And blushes at the bridegroom sun;
This wat'ry blossom of thy eyne,
Ripe, will make the richer wine.
"Saint Mar Magdelene; or, The Weeper" by Richard Crashaw
Oh! I forslagen be! ye Danes, now kenne,
I amme yatte Celmonde, seconde yn the fyghte,
Who dydd, atte Watchette, so forslege youre menne;
I fele myne eyne to swymme yn eterne nyghte;-- To her be kynde.
"Ælla, A Tragical Interlude - Act III" by Thomas Chatterton

In science:

Z ⊂ Y are sets in the respective antichains Eyn and Eym where m ∈ n, necessarily fym (Y ) ⊂ fyn (Z ).
Countable Support Iteration Revisited
Now the collection {Eyn : n ∈ ω, y ∈ A} of maximal antichains of Q has size ℵ1 .
Countable Support Iteration Revisited
For each real y ∈ A and each number n ∈ ω there is a unique element Zyn in the intersection Eyn ∩ Gβ .
Countable Support Iteration Revisited
We are not going to explore these relations here, but we want to direct the reader’s attention to the so-called “loop equations” in the physical literature (see, e.g. [Eyn]) and to the “master equation” in [HT].
Second Order Freeness and Fluctuations of Random Matrices: I. Gaussian and Wishart matrices and Cyclic Fock spaces
The leading asymptotics of various random matrix quantities can be described in terms of special “planar” ob jects (see, e.g., [Eyn, Zvo]).
Second Order Freeness and Fluctuations of Random Matrices: I. Gaussian and Wishart matrices and Cyclic Fock spaces
Thus, if for some k ≥ 1 and n = n(ε) the inequality (4.7) holds, then EYn (k) < 2ε for all n ≥ n(ε).
Occupation Statistics of Critical Branching Random Walks in Two or Higher Dimensions
Since the error term Cn+1 (k) in equation (4.8) is nonnegative, the expectations EYn (k) are nondecreasing in n.
Occupation Statistics of Critical Branching Random Walks in Two or Higher Dimensions
Because the offspring distribution is nondegenerate, for every k ≥ 1 there exists n ≥ 1 such that Yn (k) ≥ 1 with positive probability, which forces EYn (k) > 0.
Occupation Statistics of Critical Branching Random Walks in Two or Higher Dimensions
Then the process eYn under P (εmn )( · |Λ[j 2 n ]) converges weakly in C (R+, R) to a process with law N(−γ ) ( · |ζ > 1).
A random walk on Z with drift driven by its occupation time at zero
Then, the process n−1/4 (Yn (·, ·) − EYn(·, ·)) converges in distribution on the D-space of two-parameter cad lag processes.
Current fluctuations of a system of one-dimensional random walks in random environment
Proof (of Theorem 3.2). A random walk with non-vanishing drift, Yn+1 = Yn + mnh + un, s=1 msh, n ∈ N, where eYn = Pn−1 can be decomposed as Yn = eYn + Pn−1 s=1 us is a random walk based on the innovations un without drift.
Random walks - a sequential approach
EYn − E[Yn ; τx ≤ n] + Since Yk is a martingale, EYn = EY0 = v(x) and E[Yn ; τx ≤ n] = E[Yτx ; τx ≤ n].
Random Walks in Cones
EYn,k Yn,j h(2)(Sn,j + µn,k,j Yn,j + Tn,k ).
Goodness-of-fit tests for Markovian time series models: Central limit theory and bootstrap approximations
Furthermore, given an arbitrary test function v ∈ L2 (cid:0)ΩT ; C# (Ynm )(cid:1), let and ev( ex, eyn+m−k) = v(x, t, yn, sm ) euε ( ex) = uε (x, t) for all eΩ ∋ ex = (x, t) ∈ ΩT and all eY n+m−k ∋ eyn+m−k = (yn, sm ) ∈ Ynm .
According to Theorem 2.4 in, up to a subsequence, { euε } (n + m − k + 1)-converges to a limit eu0 ∈ L2 ( eΩ × eY n+m−k), i.e., R eΩ euε ( ex) ev( ex, exε n+m−k ) d ex → R eΩ R eY n+m−k eu0 ( ex, eyn+m−k) ev( ex, eyn+m−k) deyn+m−kd ex.