\ˈɑːlə͡ʊ bˈe͡ɪts], \ˈɑːləʊ bˈeɪts], \ˈɑː_l_əʊ b_ˈeɪ_t_s]\
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An American author; born in East Machias, Me., Dec. 16, 1850. He graduated from Bowdoin in 1876, when he engaged in literary work in Boston. He is now professor of English literature at the Institute of Technology. He is author of poems and novels, including: "The Pagans" (New York, 1884); "A Lad's Love"; "The Wheel of Fire" (1885); "The Philistines" (1888); "Berries of the Brier" (1886), poems; "Talks on Writing English"; and "Talks on the Study of Literature" (1897); "Love in a Cloud" (1900); "The Diary of a Saint" (1901).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- Complication diabetes from severe insulin deficiency coupled with an absolute or relative increase in concentration. metabolic acidosis is caused by breakdown of adipose stores and resulting increased levels free fatty acids. Glucagon accelerates the oxidation acids producing excess ketone bodies (ketosis).