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case “of eyes?—What, with the,” KING LEAR, iv. 6. 144. “The case of eyes,” says Steevens, “is the socket of either eye;” and, to confirm his explanation, he cites from The Winter's Tale, “to tear the cases of their eyes,” v. 2. 13. But perhaps Rowe was right when he substituted “What, with this case of eyes?” that is, with such a pair of no-eyes as this? See the preceding article.

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