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EI

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) East Indian
2. (Placename) East Indies
3. (Psychology) social psychol emotional intelligence
4. (Social Welfare) (in Canada) Employment Insurance: a regular payment to a person who is out of work, funded by contributions from workers and employers
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E.I.

1. East Indian.
2. East Indies.
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A case can be made for the typographic--and the resultingly semantic--connection between foule (soule) and foule that dots C4r (see Figure 2), for which readers have been primed with Hamlet's earlier alliterative rhymed couplet anticipating the Ghoft's appearance: 'Till then, fit ftill my foule, foule deeds will rif/Though all the world orewhelme them to mens eies' (C1v).
I will, my Lord, woe her in your behalfe, Plead loue for you, and straine a sigh to show your passions, I will say she is fayrer than the Dolphins eie, At whome amazde the night stars stand and gaze, Then will I praise her chin and cheeke, and prety hand, Long made like Venus, when she usde the harp, When Mars was reueling in Ioues high house, Besides, my Lord, I will say she hath a pace, Much like to Juno in Idea vale, When Argus watcht the Heifer on the mount: These words, my Lord, will make her loue, I am sure; If these will not my Lord, I haue better far.
Meres translates the simile as follows: "As Vlysses by stopping his eares with wax escaped the danger of the Syrens: so, if in reading of authours, wee meere with any obscene or erronious matter, we are to passe it ouer with deafe eares and blindfolded eies. Plut[archus]" (267v).
Then churls their thoughts (although their eies were kind) To try faire flower ad the rancke smell of weeds,
The Virtual Classroom is NJIT's trademarked name for versions of its electronic information exchange system (EIES) with special software structures designed to support collaborative learning, including those meant to force active participation, and to allocate unique assignment topics, and exam and gradebook facilities [4, 6].
King Good Lincolne, prythee, pawse a while, Even in thine eies I reade what thou wouldst speak, I know how Lacie did neglect our loue, Ranne himselfe deepely (in the highest degree) Into vile treason--
The tools were developed using the Interact language developed for constructing prototypes within NJIT's current laboratory without walls"- EIES (the Electronic Information Exchange System; see Turoff and Hiltz, 1981).
beneath these Curtaines lyes / That bright enchantresse that hath daz'd my eies'.
But (I say) where have she made the seat of the eies to see before it?
The trustees are in majority in favour of McGuinty's EIES (Equity and Inclusive Equality Strategy).