- Hu·bert van [hyoo-bert van; Dutch hy-bert vahn] /ˈhyu bərt væn; Dutch ˈhü bɛrt vɑn/, Huy·brecht van [Dutch hoi-brekht vahn] /Dutch ˈhɔɪ brɛxt vɑn/, 1366–1426, and his brother Jan van [Dutch yahn vahn] /Dutch yɑn vɑn/ (Jan van Brugge), 1385?–1440: Flemish painters.
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Examples from the Web for eyck
You must ask your grandmother to bring you over to Ten Eyck Hall.The Automobile Girls Along the Hudson
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Ten Eyck was on the water-wagon in penance for a recent outbreak.
From the telephone, when he reached it, came the voice of Ten Eyck.
Ten Eyck kindled her cigarette as delicately as he could and handed it to her.
Ten Eyck "had a dinner-job on," but promised to drop in when he could.
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