CATHERINE GRACE GORE
\kˈaθɹɪn ɡɹˈe͡ɪs ɡˈɔː], \kˈaθɹɪn ɡɹˈeɪs ɡˈɔː], \k_ˈa_θ_ɹ_ɪ_n ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_s ɡ_ˈɔː]\
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An English novelist; born (Moody) in East Retford, Nottingham, 1799; died at Linwood, Hampshire, Jan. 26, 1861. She married a captain in the army, saw much high life, and wrote of it in many novels. "Women as They Are" (1830), "Mothers and Daughters" (1831), and "Cecil" (1845) are the best known of her works.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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Idiopathic Hypercatabolic Hypoproteinemias
- series of gastrointestinal disorders which share in common excessive loss protein, mainly albumin, across gut wall. occur stomach (Menetrier disease), as well the small bowel (intestinal lymphangiectases, assorted inflammatory states). They are also occasionally associated with congestive heart failure (again a bowel protein loss).