jar “Their watches on unto mine eyes,” RICHARD II., v. 5. 51. “The meaning is, ‘They tick their periods on, to my eyes, which represent the outward watch;’ ‘watch’ signifying, as Dr. Johnson observed, in the first place a portion of time, and in the second, the face of the clock.” Nares's Gloss.
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